Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
5 Games That Would Be Even Better With Multiplayer
If you’ve been living under a rock, then you’re probably not up to date with all of the Sekiro discussion when it comes to having a lower difficulty due to player accessibility.
The argument about difficulties in video games has been part of discussions for like forever. Someone might want an easy game like Yoshi’s Crafted World to be more difficult while some would love for a game like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice to have an easier mode for players that are struggling.
Well, if Sekiro would add a multiplayer mode to aid players that are repeatedly dying, like in Dark Souls, then maybe people would stop complaining about adding an easy mode to the game.
Everyone still plays on the set difficulty that the game offers, but if you feel the need, you can get some help, like a hotline to provide assistance only when you need it. Other players can jump online and help you defeat that crazy difficult boss that you’ve been chipping away at for a week straight.
You would be able to request help from others, but once you get through the point that you were stuck on, you can resume your playthrough like normal, as if nothing ever happened.