The game sold two million units in the first 10 days after its launch, and it’s astounding that it has nearly doubled that statistic. Sekiro director Hidetaka Miyazaki said he’d like to try his hand at a battle royale game or a deep, narrative-driven experience in the future. Though as different as chalk and cheese, it’s this sort of success that makes me want to give Miyazaki the reins to any IP and watch the moola magic happen. Maybe the Dark Souls creator could resurrect the MySims series? I really miss MySims.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.