Earlier this year we celebrated the fourth anniversary of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice with a free update to make the game Optimized for Xbox Series X|S. Today, we’re excited to bring those enhancements, plus some special extras, to PC.
Ray tracing added a new level of depth to Senua’s world on Xbox Series X|S, and now PC players can enjoy both ray traced reflections and shadows on their journey to Helheim, with pre-sets designed to help you get the best results on your setup.
This update also includes upgraded materials, particles, and LOD (Level of Detail), for the most immersive and screenshot-worthy version of Hellblade yet. And with support for both Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR, you can rest assured you’ll get optimal performance from your machine.
It’s important to us that Hellblade not only looks great, but it plays great for everyone. We’re happy to announce that we have added an all-new accessibility options screen with features to help more people experience Senua’s journey. These options include full controller remapping, subtitle customisation, colour blindness settings, and more. This accessibility update is also available today for players on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles.
We’re excited to continue Senua’s story, and humbled that so many of you are returning to experience Hellblade again, or even play it for the first time; it’s available today with Xbox Game Pass on Console and PC. Whether you’re playing on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, or the Cloud, we’re proud to offer flexible ways to play.
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