Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is an action-adventure title developed and published by Ninja Theory.
Inspired by Nordic and Celtic culture, the game follows the story of Senua, a warrior traversing through Helheim to rescue her lover from Hela, the Goddess of Death.
Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty says Microsoft wants Ninja Theory to keep doing what they have been doing.
Launch trailer showcases Ninja Theory's critically acclaimed action adventure title on Nintendo's system.
This might just be the best looking game on the Nintendo Switch.
It will be available through the Nintendo eShop for $29.99.
And it looks relatively graphically on par with the other versions, too.
The patch also fixes some remaining issues and provides "memory improvements".
Two high-profile titles will be added to Xbox Game Pass in the coming weeks.
It launches this December, so you don’t have to wait long for it either.
VR edition will support Oculus Rift and HTC Vive; free for Steam owners.
Chief creative director also surprised that so many people used mouse and keyboard to play.
Hellblade offers an extremely impressive experience on the Xbox One X.
Retails for $29.99 and supports Xbox One X with three different modes.
Screenshots of the different visual modes on Xbox One X give a better idea of how the game will look.
4K resolution and HDR support immerse you further in the nightmare.
Xbox One X support will include three different modes.
Horizon: Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild follow.
The game is now selling at a profit for Ninja Theory ahead of its expectations.
The studio estimated breaking even within "six, eight, nine months" but it will happen a lot sooner.
The power of video games as a storytelling medium.
Ninja Theory's newest game is marvellous to look at.
Potential progression issues, lip sync issues and more have also been fixed.
Ninja Theory's action adventure is unsettling but emotionally involving despite some straightforward gameplay.
The long awaited game's development cycle finally comes to an end...
Framerate was prioritized in this case, which is not something I can take much issue with.
That makes sense, given that the game does actually look pretty good.
An exploration of mental health in a video game certainly sounds intriguing...
Senua undertakes a perilous journey through a burning village.
Hellblade will leverage more powerful hardware.
Take a dive into Senua's less-than-stable mind.
Fighting your internal demons.
The beauty of the human mind.
That's one demanding game...
Here at last.
What is likely to be a very important part of this game's experience has been revealed.
Gameplay impressions and more info expected.
Some extremely interesting techniques being implemented here.
The game's final form begins to take shape.
For sure, this time.
Binaural audio is only one such tool.
Welcome to "realtime cinematography."
"Nice physical goodies" planned instead.
Combat system has undergone significant changes over time.
Protagonist gets a new look in new trailer.
Ninja Theory confirms game will be out this year.
'This is good news.'
What it is is not what you think that it is.
We're almost there...
Still no release date, though.
Ninja Theory offers a bit more information on its upcoming PS4 action game.
The action adventure title will likely have 4K resolution support and a beta in the future.
Ninja Theory's Dominic Matthews tell us everything he can about the upcoming PS4 timed exclusive, Hellblade.
'It's too early to say anything about it,' says Ninja Theory.
Plus more information about how the controls and camera come into play.
Ninja Theory's Dominic Matthews said the teaser "set a benchmark for the kind of quality we hope to get."
Product development manager Dominic Matthews says Hellblade will be "coming to consoles first on PlayStation".
The Ninja Theory aesthetic.
Everything you need to know about Hellblade
It's about time the Norse style gets some love that isn't related to Thor
It's positively heavenly.
Dominic Matthews says "it's a new IP, a brand new game".
Original name, fellas.
Did we mention The Vanishing of Ethan Carter as well?