Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Boss Rush Mod Lets PC Players Only Face The Bosses

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A mod from TheFifthMatt is giving Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice PC owners a new way to go through the game. The Boss Rush mod lets people go through any and every enemy that drops a Memory. People can use a normal or new game plus file to jump to any boss at any time, with the option to replay all of them even available.


Once the Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Boss Rush mod is added, people can go to the Dilapidated Temple and check in at the Dilapidated Temple Sculptor’s Idol to choose the Boss Rush option. It will then let you choose from a list of bosses to warp to, letting you immediately fight that enemy with no cutscenes, health and gourds refilled between bosses, no tutorials, and no cutscenes after you die or slow-walk areas. The first charmless with Bell Demon defeat gets you a 500 sen heavy coin purse and beating them for the first time ever gives you a 1,000 sen bulging coin purse. You also get the Memory drop for beating each one and could unlock new shop items or other drops. Each time you fight a boss, you earn XP.


Here’s a video showing 옹발이 going through a no damage run while using the Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Boss Rush mod.



Previously, TheFifthMatt released a Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Bloodborne Combat mod. This gets rid of elements like blocking, deflecting, and Mikiri counter. Instead, you dash to stop damage and dodge and deal vitality damage to restore health when rallying.


Here’s a video looking at the Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Bloodborne Combat mod.



Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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