Hellblade 2: Developers Have Made A Happy Announcement!

Ninja Theory, the game development studio behind Hellblade 2, has announced when we can expect more news about the game.



Ninja Theory, the development studio behind Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, has released an official statement announcing when we can expect news on the upcoming sequel to Hellblade, which has been praised for its depiction of mental illness. On Christmas morning, the game studio took to Twitter to give followers a future timeline of upcoming developer diaries.

Following the original game’s release in 2017, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 is the first highly anticipated sequel for many Hellblade fans.

We can’t wait to see it, especially since the game’s music is by the uncrowned kings of experimental folk, Heilung, who theGeek’s crew had the chance to see performing live at their December concert in Budapest.

The development studio has announced on its official Twitter account that fans can expect the return of dev diaries in the new year. Many excited gamers can hold onto it for the future. Expectations are high for the sequel.

However, the Ninja Theory tweet is indeed puzzling. Despite the excitement of the announcement, the tweet has created even more painful anticipation for those eager to see what the sequel has in store for them. Updates on the game are expected in a few weeks. But it could be months before any other news comes from the development studio. The wait for a game can sometimes feel excruciating. At least it’s reassuring that Ninja Theory is taking its time. The studio is showing off some great new visuals, from developer logs to concept art for Hellblade 2.

Ninja Theory has also confirmed that Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 will use Unreal Engine 5.

With one of the most significant engines ever used to make the game, it will be exciting to see these upcoming dev diaries. Even in the comparison video released last year, the differences in graphics were striking. Even the original Hellblade was praised for its incredible facial animations. So to see such a vast improvement in something that the gaming world has already applauded promises some fascinating dev diary content.

Source: Twitter

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