The trailer actually shows gameplay, and it looks absolutely fantastic. The newest game from the "Soulsborne" franchise creator seems cut from the same third-person-action cloth as Dark Souls and Bloodborne, set in what appears to be feudal Japan.
When the game was originally revealed during The Game Awards, it was thought that it could be a sequel to Bloodborne, the PlayStation 4 exclusive.
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The next game from Dark Souls developer From Software has been officially announced.
It's being published by Activision and it is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC, though it made its debut during the Xbox conference at E3. The playable character is shown with a grappling hook connected to a prosthetic arm. That was one tool at least that was seen in the trailer, so it lends some credibility to the details.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is scheduled to be released sometime in 2019.