All The Current Bosses In Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Revealed

From Software's latest title, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, comes with multiple bosses and sub-bosses.
From Software's latest title, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, comes with multiple bosses and sub-bosses. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Official Website

Like other games developed by From Software, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice highlights a number of various boss fights. There are tons of bosses and even sub-bosses scattered across Japan, although not all of them are optional. It should be noted that only a few of these monsters can really be called “Bosses,” but all of them will give players a run for their money.

The game currently offers a total of 41 bosses, but this could change if players unravel secret ones. After all, the studio is known for hiding extremely powerful bosses in games.

Below is a list of every boss in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice that players can come across and fight. Note that this includes spoilers. So, for those who do not want to dive into the game’s biggest story moments, now is the time to skedaddle. Also, the bosses listed are not in specific order players would meet, especially since they can vary depending on the playthrough.

  • Genchiro Ashina (First Encounter)
  • General Naomori Kawarada
  • Chained Ogre
  • Gyoubu Oniwa
  • General Tenzen Yamauchi
  • Shinobi Hunter Enshin of Misen
  • Juzou the Drunkard
  • Lady Butterfly
  • Blazing Bull
  • General Kuranosuke Matsumoto
  • Seven Achina Spears
  • Lone Shadow Longswordmam
  • Jinsuke Saze
  • Genichiro Ashina
  • Armored Warrior
  • Long-arm Centipede Sen’un
  • Folding Screen Monkeys
  • Long-arm Centipede Giraffe
  • Headless
  • Great Serpent
  • Guardian Ape
  • Snake Eyes Shiraffuji
  • Snake Eyes Shirahagi
  • Tokujiro the Glutton
  • Headless (Underwater)
  • Isshin Ashina
  • Emma, the Gentle
  • Headless Ape
  • Great Shinobi Owl
  • O’Rin of the Water
  • Corrupted Monk (Ghost)
  • Corrupted Monk (True)
  • Divine Dragon
  • Immortal Severance
  • Sakura Bull of the Palace
  • Great Colored Carp
  • Demon of Hatred
  • Chained Ogre (Ashina Castle)
  • Mist Noble
  • Lone Shadow Vilehand
  • Shigekichi of the Red Guard

Bosses like the Great Serpent and Giant Carp can be taken down outside of traditional fights in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. For those planning to speedrun the game, it is ideal to come up with a route based on these many bosses.

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