Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, released about four months ago, made a lot of noise. Some praised her, others scolded her. But no one stood aside, because this is a game from the creator of Demons Souls, Dark Souls, and Bloodborne – Hidetaki Miyazaki.
Some fans of “soul games” called it broken (as did the author of this news), others blamed the flaws on updated mechanics, jumping, grappling hook, but almost everyone played (or tried to play.)
Another question is how many people have passed it? Made these or those decisions in the course of the plot and defeated the main boss.
This leads to one of the controversial questions: should Sekiro have a simplified game mode?
It is difficult to answer it, because, for example, Dark Souls, I would not oversimplify. But this is all taste. This is probably what the moderators of the NexusMod portal thought.
Created by Tender Box and available for download on one of the most popular portals for modders, Nexus Mods, the so-called “Sekiro The Easy” changes the following internal game parameters:
- The main character does not die of terror.
- Increased attack power, defense, and stamina.
- Items drop much more often.
- Increased duration of weapon buffs.
- Infinite Spirit Emblem
- Fall damage disabled
- Endless time of the Puppeteer Ninjutsu
Protection effects and drop chance are applied as buffs.
The mod also changes the characteristics of opponents to New Game 2+.
You will definitely need the Sekiro Mod Engine.
Next, install the mods folder to the location where Sekiro is already located. (Sekiro game folder – mods – param – gameparam – gameparam.parambnd.dcx)
Enjoy the game!