I really don't understand why you''re replying to my post if you don't understand it?
It looks very stylish and intense - I say that as someone who isn't a big fan of the series.
I played Sekiro at Gamescom last year and can confirm you don't need to worry. There's little overlap. There are a ton of systems and mechanics in Sekiro that are completely new to From's game and not in any Soulsborne title.
The thread is about DMC V and Sekiro, if you are not interested in the first place there's nothing to answer. The OP didnt ask if you like DMC or not or what do you think about the sales. English is too hard apparently
Sekiro may be similar to those games in that it requires patience and trying to blindly hack your way through enemies will get you killed quickly, but there have been a lot of big changes to the formula for Sekiro, such as the addition of a jump button, the lack of a stamina meter, and a grapple feature which will really change the way the player navigates the environment. But perhaps the biggest change of all.... a pause button!