Ninja Theory’s critically acclaimed action game, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, is heading to Xbox. Previously only available on PC and PS4. There isn’t long to wait: Hellblade will be released on Xbox 11th April.
Hellblade will also be enhanced for Xbox One X, and offer three performance modes. Enhanced Visuals will add unspecified extra effects and visual quality; High Framerate will run the game at 60 frames per second; and High Resolution will aim for 4K resolution with dynamic scaling.
HDR is supported as standard on both Xbox One and X, apparently.
Hellblade will cost £25/€30/$30 on Xbox, with a 10 per cent discount if you pre-order this coming week.
Hellblade went on to sell half-a-million copies in three months, making it a commercial success as well, and it now leads the 2018 BAFTA game award nominations with nine nominations including Best Game.
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