Another industry insider has suggested that Ninja Theory's upcoming Hellblade 2 could be shown off at The Game Awards.
According to journalist Jeff Grubb, there's a decent chance that Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2 could be shown at this year's Game Awards.
QLOC helped develop the recent update, which allowed for Ninja Theory to focus on its own projects (like Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2).
With E3 2021 officially over, let's take a look back at all of the announcements that flopped along with a few others that angered fans.
The development team is currently "building a good chunky slice of the game before moving to full production" for the rest.
After missing Sunday's showcase, Ninja Theory will offer an update on the title at the Xbox Games Showcase Extended tomorrow at 10 AM PT.
Multiple upcoming first party Xbox games are currently scheduled for 2023 launches, according to GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb.
Ninja Theory may pop in to tell fans that development is still on-going. However, an in-engine gameplay demo isn't currently planned for the show.
Ninja Theory provides a work-in-progress look at how it uses flow maps for clouds in the upcoming action adventure title.
Senua looks as opposing as ever in this new image.
Ninja Theory speaks about why Iceland was chosen as the setting for Hellblade 2.
Will this dispel any doubts?
Microsoft touts the Xbox Series X as delivering "new universes, experiences and games in ways you've never imagined."
"We finally won’t have to fight with programmers and artists for memory and CPU power," says senior sound designer Daniele Galante.
The number of awesome single-player titles coming up is simply staggering.
Hellblade 2's brief teaser answers some key questions about the direction that visuals will take on Xbox Series X.