Hellblade 2: unveiled a first concept art

The new concept art published by Ninja Theory offers a first look at Senua’s Saga Hellblade 2, action adventure sequel to the first Hellblade

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 is one of Microsoft’s biggest first party releases. While the game only showed up with a short cinematic trailer, it didn’t take long to impress players. Scenes shown at past The Game Awards have been met with favor by the public. Especially after the reassurance of the team that it was sequences not pre-rendered. Today, however, we have another opportunity to give a further gaze to the title via a new one concept art from Hellblade 2.

Hellblade 2 is shown in a spectacular new concept art

With a recent tweet, Ninja Theory has shared a new concept art dedicated tofictional and to the world of Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2. The concept, created by the lead concept artist Marco Teixeira, show ours Senua observe from the top of a cliff a desolate beach is dirty. The landscape also shows what it looks like a camp destroyed and in flames lapped nearby by a language of lava. It certainly isn’t a frame taken from the actual gameplay, however, it certainly gives an idea of ​​what the tone and theaesthetics of the game.

Hellblade 2: unveiled a first concept art

On closer inspection, again darker than those of the first chapter. The game, exclusively Microsoft It is currently in development and will be released on PC and on platforms next gen of Xbox, Xbox Series X and Series S. For now there is not one yet official date release. So stay with us to discover the next ones details on the game, from gameplay to new Images of the game.

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