Sekiro Live Player Count
5,900 Players Online
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This action-adventure game was initially released in 2019 and published by Activision. A shinobi, known as Wolf, is followed in the game as he tries to take revenge on the samurais who attacked him.
It was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia, while the play in the game is focused on stealth, exploration, and combat. In addition, boss battles have a high focus in the Japanese fictional setting during the Sengoku period.
17th-century Japan follows the warlord Isshin Ashina, who stages a coup to seize control of the land of Ashina. Ukonzaemon Usui adopts the nameless orphan. As the story continues, the territory of Ashina is on the brink of collapse.
Isshin’s grandson, who is adopted and named Genichiro, attempts to become his heir. Kuro finds himself hoping to use the Dragon Heritage to create an immortal army and perform battle.
Sekiro, at release, was very anticipated and critically acclaimed for the gameplay style and ancient setting. The game title was nominated for multiple awards and won The Game Award for Game of the Year, with over five million copies sold as of late 2020. More About Sekiro.
Top Countries Playing Sekiro
Below you will find stats on the top five countries by active daily participation.
United States – 20.31%
Mexico – 6.77%
Canada – 6.50%
United Kingdom – 4.90%
Japan – 4.77%