Senua's Saga: Hellblade II: Some new images show the game in action

Senua's Saga: Hellblade II: Some new images show the game in action

It's almost time for the long-awaited release Senua Saga: Hellblade II And the curiosity surrounding the title is really great. And now some new images have been released showing it in action. More precisely, new scenarios are presented to the delight of those who want to know more before playing.

Ninja Theory's Hellblade II follows the events of the first chapter, confronting Senua with multiple challenges: an external one, a tribe that attacked her by kidnapping some members, and an internal one, with the return of her psychosis. Will she be able to defeat the darkness that threatens her?

The player will experience the adventure from his point of view, searching for answers and facing enemies in extremely brutal physical battles, as explained by the development team itself. In short, the buildings look excellent, we just need to see the final implementation. Fortunately, it won't take long.

The above video helps a lot in getting an idea. In one of them we see a man clinging to a rope. He's probably on a boat. It's hard to tell what he's looking at. In another image we see Senua in front of one of the game's gorgeous and desolate landscapes (developed with Unreal Engine 5), a third scene shows another landscape, but with a large column of smoke visible from afar, in a fourth scene we see the heroine facing a narrow corridor, in another we see her manipulating an object whose function we do not know, and the last is a close-up shot showing the wonderful details with which the models were created. Main human.

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Furthermore, we remind you that Senua's Saga: Hellblade II will be available online May 21, 2024 On Xbox Series It can also be played instantly with a Game Pass subscription on all platforms. From what we've seen, it could be one of the games that will show off more than any other the potential of the Epic Games engine, at least in terms of detail.

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