“Hellblade 2” to appear at the Game Awards


The Senua Saga: Hellblade 2 is likely to appear at the Game Awards, a reporter said.

According to journalist Jeff Grubb during his GamesBeat decides stream, the game, which was first revealed at the 2019 Game Awards, will likely be part of the show.

A viewer asked him if he thought it was likely that the sequel to Ninja Theory would appear, and he seemed confident it would air.

“I lean for Hellblade 2 always be there because I just haven’t heard anything to the contrary, ”he said.

In June, Ninja Theory revealed a behind-the-scenes video for the game, showing some of the art direction and technology that will power the sequel.

Antoniades shared that Team Ninja wanted it to be “extra real and brutal” when talking about the in-game combat. To do this, lead actress Melina Juergens has been training for two years and Team Ninja said that “all of our animators have undergone combat training “.

According to the above video from Xbox, a lot of work has gone into ensuring that the game includes a high quality setting. Art and audio teams have been dispatched to Iceland – where the game will be based – to do photographs, research and more to ensure artists can properly recreate the environment.

Team Ninja also created real costumes, digitized them, and worked with Epic Games “to bring you the next generation of digital characters.”

The game will be released on Xbox Series X | S and Windows PC.

In other news, Raven Software, the developer behind Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: War Zone, will lay off more than a third of its quality assurance department as the company restructures. The studio, which is owned by Activision Blizzard, is said to be in difficulty over allegations of abuse.


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