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A new art book and manga for Sekiro are on the way from Yen Press.
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Yen Press announces ‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Official Artworks’ art book for October 2020

A new art book and manga for Sekiro are on the way from Yen Press.

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Set for an October 2020 release, Yen Press has announced Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Official Artworks which covers all aspects of the game including backgrounds, characters, weapons, monsters, and more. Check out our review of the game here.

Released last year, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the latest video game created by FromSoftware, the studio responsible for the Dark Souls series and Bloodbourne. In fact, read up on how Bloodbourne prepared our very own Trevor Richardson to win (and lose) at the game. A best-selling game in 2019, Sekiro sold over 4 million units and won Game of the year at the Gamespot Game awards.

Sekiro - Yen Press

The blood-soaked history of Japan’s Sengoku Period is the focus of the game and the art book features over 300 pages of storyboards, character designs, and concept art!

In tandem with the art book, Yen Press will also release Sekiro Side Story: Hanbei the Undying, a manga prequel of the video game, in print in June 2020. Preorder it here, or even read it right now on Comixology.

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