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Sekiro: How Many Bosses & Mini-Bosses There Are

how many bosses there are in sekiro

Sekiro: How Many Bosses & Mini-Bosses There Are

How Many Boss & Mini-Bosses There Are in Sekiro

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the latest RPG from the developers over at FromSoftware. In this challenging adventure, players assume the role of the one-armed wolf as he sets out to save a kidnapped child he was sworn to protect. Along the way, you’re going to come across a bunch of mini-bosses and bosses you’ll need to face off against. Here’s how many bosses there are in Sekiro, and how many mini-bosses there are too.

Before we go any further, it’s worth pointing out that this post is going to contain some spoilers pertaining to who you may or may not have to face-off against in the latter stages of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. If you’d like to enjoy the game spoiler-free, we advise turning back now.

How Many Bosses There Are in Sekiro

First and foremost, let’s cut to the chase. If you’re looking for the biggest, baddest bosses in the game, you’ll find 13 waiting to be taken on. These are all listed down below:

All Mini-Bosses

Outside of these, there are other mini-bosses in Sekiro. Though they don’t tend to pose quite as much of a challenge as the main bosses listed above, they’ll still pose more of a challenge than your average minion enemy. We’ve listed all 28 of these slightly less punishing enemies you’ll encounter in Sekiro down below.

It’s worth noting that some of these, such as Seven Ashina Spears, have two different instances in which you’ll take them on. Similarly, Headless Ape is actually a continuation of the Guardian Ape battle, so while it is its own fight in a way, it’s not quite as lengthy as others such as O’Rin of the Water.

What the Total Number Is

Combining the lists above, you’ll get a grand total of 41 bosses and mini-bosses that you’ll need to fight your way through in Sekiro.

That’s everything you need to know regarding how many bosses there are in Sekiro. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our ever-expanding guide wiki.

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