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Would you play a Sekiro mod that turned every enemy into the final boss?

You all have to be actually elite avid gamers, proper? The form who don’t get advised to ‘git gud’ since you’re already good? While the backlash in opposition to difficulty-easing mods for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the stuff of memes, there are alternatives on the market to make the sport even more durable. Such as, for instance, a mod that replaces each single enemy within the sport with the ultimate boss: Isshin, the Sword Saint.

Yes, each single enemy, proper all the way down to the lowliest teams of foes, and as you possibly can think about, that makes even Sekiro’s least notable areas into a considerable problem. Isshin retains his regular well being and strikes, so it’s not merely a mannequin swap to make normal enemies much less difficult, both. Isshin even replaces all the opposite bosses right here.

Reddit user Kahei_X created the problem with the Sekiro Enemy and Item Randomizer, obtainable on Nexus Mods. The mod presents numerous presets, together with an ‘Oops! All’ choice which helps you to select a single enemy to populate the complete sport with. Some may select one thing straightforward. Others wish to struggle Isshin ten thousand instances.

You can watch the insanity under, through PC Gamer.

Would you play a Sekiro mod that turned every enemy into the final boss?

There are loads of different RPG video games to take pleasure in on PC when you’re searching for one thing that’s, like… not this. Please, something however this.

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