It's taken our resident YouTube content creators James Heaney nearly 20 episodes just to reach the first boss within Sekiro. It's one hell of a challenging game, but if you're the sort of gamer who has the metal to get the game completed, you may be looking for more to do.
Enter this Boss Rush Mod which will, like most boss rush modes, allow to you play through every boss in the game one after another, and the good thing about this one is you can even choose which order you play them in.
The mod lets you select your own playlist of bosses at the Sculptor's Idol at the Dilapidated Temple. Once you've picked the bosses, order, and decided to play, you'll be transported to the first boss in your playlist, and upon defeating them you'll automatically move on to the next boss in your playlist.
Defeating a boss in the mode gives you 1,000 sen as a reward, which is nice, and you'll also be able to earn XP from defeating them, too.
In addition to the boss rush mode, there's a few other little tweaks in the game, such as skipping the tutorials within the game, as well as removing the pause on item pickups, removing the first death cutscene to make things a bit slicker, and removing all the slow-walk areas.
This is a mod for veteran players, though, as it does in some ways make the game harder, even outside of boss rush mode. Perhaps one for James to try after he (eventually) completes the game?