Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice-PS4, Xbox One, PC – March 22

From Software’s Dark Souls games are among the best action-role-playing titles of all time, with ingenious level design and some of the hardest bosses of any game in history. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, continues the studio’s legacy for brutally hard games, but with a few twists that should appeal to a broader array of action fans. The feudal Japanese maps are opportunities for stealth and verticality, so you don’t have to take the fight directly to every enemy, and – like in Devil May Cry 5 – you can swap out one of your arms to acquire different abilities to suit a particular enemy or area.