The long awaited game’s development cycle finally comes to an end…
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice has had a long road to release- it was originally announced in 2014, at Sony’s Gamescom show, as a PS4 exclusive, before a later announcement of a PC version as well. The game has had a long, but entirely open development cycle, as part of Ninja Theory’s initiative to spearhead what they call the ‘indie AAA’ game.
This has necessitated an open, transparent look at the game’s development via a multitude of updates and development diaries. The game finally launches tomorrow- and ahead of that launch, Ninja Theory have shared one final video for the game, a final development diary to cap the development of the long awaited game.
You can check the development diary for yourself below, of course. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice launches tomorrow on PC and PS4; the PS4 version will support dynamic resolutions up to 1440p on PS4 Pro, while the PC version supports uncapped framerates and resolutions up to 4K.