Sekiro Update October: Release Date, DLC Details And Shadows Die Twice GOTY Changes and Patch Notes

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FromSoftware's Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice received the Game of the Year Award back in 2019.

It has gone down as one of the most impressive games in the last decade and as with any FromSoft title, it has its fair share of fans.


Those fans will be looking to jump back into the title very soon as an exciting update is on the way.

Announced back in July, the update is set to bring a range of additional features to the game.

Let's check out everything you need to know about Sekrio's October update.

Release Date

The Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice October update will arrive on October 29th.

Keep in mind this update is completely free and is available to anyone who owns the title.

The update arrives, globally on October 28 at 10AM PT.


For those in the UK, that means the update will arrive at 5pm GMT on October 28, 2020

Courtesy of FromSoftware

New Features And Changes

Reflection of Strength / Gauntlet of Strength

This feature will allow players to rematch previously defeated bosses in single and consecutive battles.

This is great news for players who are looking to practice bosses for speed runs or just love fighting a certain boss.


Change Form

3 new outfits have been added to the game for players to customise Wolf's appearance.

These new outfits include "Old Ashina Shinobi" and "Tengu".

New forms are unlocked by meeting certain in-game conditions.


Players can now make recordings of their favourite moments and fights.

These recordings can be up to 30 seconds long and may also be affixed with a message.


This feature is bound to catch some exciting and cool moments worth sharing.

Patch Notes

  • Added “Remnant” network feature, which allows recording and sharing player actions
  • Added “Change Form” feature, which allows players to change their appearance
  • Added new feature, “Reflection of Strength”
  • Added new feature, “Gauntlet of Strength”