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Datamineers found the cut dialogs from Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – Blogs

Repeated death in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice infects the characters that the main character encounters with a mysterious disease "Dragon Belief". It's not scary, because you can cure them with just one drop. Divine blood. But user name Lance mcdonald I found in the game files that the system used to work differently.

The treatment method of "Dragon BeliefAt some point, it was cut during development, but its restoration opens up new dialogs in the game. According to Mcdonald, initially the game required to treat each character from the disease separately. For example, when the main character suggests Dogu pills he talks a little about him Emma.

New dialogues do not change history much Sekiro, but every bit of information will be useful for "hunters of knowledge." Also, among the fans of the game there are modders who yesterday released a mod that allows you to change the looks of the main character.

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