Could Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice be released on Xbox Game Pass or the PlayStation Plus service in the next few months? The information from a usually well-informed insider at least suggests it.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice coming to Xbox Game Pass or PS Plus?
With Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice published in March 2019, the developers of FromSoftware once again demonstrated that they know how to combine excellent playability and a crisp level of difficulty under one roof.
If you don’t own Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice yet and are thinking of catching up with the title, you should wait a little longer. At least Shpeshal Ed, the co-host of the XboxEra podcast, who has made a name for himself as a reliable insider source several times in the past, refers to this in a recent tweet.
With his statements, Shpeshal Ed has indicated that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will find its way into the Xbox Game Pass or appear for PlayStation Plus in the course of the next few months. Even if his position as co-host of the XboxEra podcast refers to the Xbox Game Pass, a release for PlayStation Plus could not be ruled out either.
If you’re thinking of buying Sekiro in the next couple of months or so….maybe hold off. Just in case
— Shpeshal Ed (@Shpeshal_Ed) March 13, 2021
Finally, Sony Interactive Entertainment recently made it clear that the company is willing to upgrade its in-house service with both current and high-quality titles. While last month, for example, Lucid Games’ Destruction All-Stars found its way into the PlayStation Plus service on the PlayStation 5 directly for release, subscribers on the PlayStation 4 were able to play the remake of the classic role-playing game Final Fantasy VII.
Since an official confirmation is still pending, the current rumors should be enjoyed with the necessary precaution for the time being.