“Return of the Wolf” Is An Amazing Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Poster That You Simply Must Own

What’s better than playing Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice? Well, how about some really cool video game art that’s based on the game? Which is exactly what Gibbs Rainock has created over at Crowsmackart.com.

This particular poster is called “Return of the Wolf” and comes in multiple sizes – 11×17, 20×30 and 24×36.  As you can see below, this poster captures the very first time that Sekiro encounters Emma. Which happens shortly after you start playing the game. You can even see the Sculptor and Hanbei the Undying featured on the poster as well.

Gibbs Rainock Sekiro Poster

Sekiro Poster created by Gibbs Rainock – www.crowsmackart.com

Looks good, doesn’t it? Well, you can get your very own by heading to https://crowsmackart.com. Just keep in mind that these posters don’t come with frames, you’ll have to purchase those elsewhere. I’m partial to the Mainstay poster frames, as their not too expensive, they look good and swapping in posters is pretty easy.

That’s not all, as you’re find other video game themed posters up for sale on the website as well. Games such as Bloodborne, Monster Hunter World, Yakuza Zero, Nier: Automata, DOOM, Dark Souls 3 and many more. There’s even a poster combo set, where you can score some nice posters and get a discount.

Video Game posters from Crowsmack.com

Video Game posters from Crowsmackart.com

If you’re a fan of amazing art, love video games and won’t mind seeing some of these works of arts hanging in your gaming room, office or even your living room. Then make sure you check out the website, I’m sure you’ll find something there that you’ll love. Just be careful, you might end up going broke as there are some really nice works on the website.

As for me, I’ve already seen a few pieces I’ve got my eye on, and I already purchased the Sekiro poster. My only problem now is which poster in my office is getting replaced by this one.

For more stuff from Gibbs Rainock, follow him on his twitter – @Crowsmack

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Keith Mitchell
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Keith Mitchell is the Founder and Editor in Chief of The Outerhaven. A grizzled IT professional during the day, but a passionate lover of video games after his 9-5 grid. Loves playing the Dark Souls series and has been gaming since he was 6 years old. Available for podcasts upon request.