Although Activision and From Software do not seem interested in expansion for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, modder, whose works continue to be published with a certain constancy, keep the interest of the players for the title alive.
The last mod of the game that is becoming popular among the users is dedicated to Dragon Ball Z and, to be precise, has as its protagonist Krillin. You can then replace the polygonal model of the Wolf without an arm with that of Goku’s bald friend (this is the model seen in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3), which can continue to die even in the very difficult third-person action of the same authors of Dark Souls and Bloodborne.
Before leaving you to a 4K movie showing the mod in motion, we remind you that you can find all the information on how to download and install the files needed to activate it on the relevant NexusMods page. It should also be noted that the installation of the Krillin Mod has as its fundamental requirement the Sekiro Mod Engine, software that allows the application of the various mods to the game.
By the way, have you already taken a look at the Toy Story themed Sekiro mod? Recently, a particular mod has also been published that transforms Sekiro into Bloodborne thanks to the addition of some extra elements in the combat system.