Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has now become a month-long conversation after it began in March. Now we take one edition of the PC version of a game to one lucky winner. The prize is presented by Activision Blizzard.
The collection is the whole game for a PC, together with an steel book cover. Furthermore, a map of the game, a replica of the game tunes that are appearing, an art book, and a drawing length of 18 cm. You can see a picture of the material to the right.
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Sekiro: The Shadows Die Twice is a third-person adventure game with 16th-century play elements in Japan. One man is taking control of a ninja who is working to save his master, who is held in captivity by an evil clan.
Our reviewer thoroughly enjoyed the game and arranged a bragged how the FromSoftware developer has adapted the formula they have set up in the Dark Souls games and Bloodborne.
– The game aims to make it easier for new players to join in, but to wrap up quickly with some difficult, decorative and decorative games. I could say nothing about their experience of the problem, but some of the closing battlefields I put so terrified then that there is no other SoulsBorne game coming nearby he wrote in his review.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
You only have to take part in the competition to answer the two questions below. Remember to include the correct address and address so we know where to award the prize.
The competition is open until Monday 15 April at 10:00. A winner will be drawn and announced later that day.