Did Activision just accidentally confirm a Beta for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice? [Rumor]

Apparently the Activision Support account on Twitter accidentally confirmed that a Beta for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is coming soon.

A user sent the @ATVIAssistant Twitter account, responsible for providing support to fans regarding Activision games, a troll tweet asking them when they can expect the code for Sekiro’s Beta. The account replied back that they’ll sent out codes soon although they don’t have an ETA. The tweet was up for several hours until it was finally deleted, check out a screencap of it below:

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is set to release on March 22, 2019 for Xbox One, PC and PS4. Fans are speculating that Activision will be including a Beta as a pre-order bonus for the game. This is the first time that they’ll do this with a single player game however, since they usually do something similar for the Call of Duty games.

There were Betas for previous From Software games like Dark Souls and Bloodborne but they were labeled a ‘Network Test’. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice however is confirmed to have NO multiplayer at all and is a single player experience through and through.

Interested in more Sekiro? Check out some awesome gameplay footage of the game from TGS and an interview with From Software explaining why they partnered up with Activision to publish the game.

Danial Arshad Khan

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