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Hellblade 2 will be huge and make the first installment look like “an indie game”


Hellblade 2 is on track to overshadow the first installment if we are to believe the words of Tameem Antoniades, top chef at Ninja Theory.

One thing is certain is that Hellblade 2 is expected and that the Microsoft exclusivity caused a sensation during its last presentation. It has to be said that technically it looks like it would send some wood, and many were surprised at the attention to detail.

Asked in the columns of NME, Tameem Antoniades reveals to us that Ninja Theory has indeed used great means to pamper its new project, going as far as digitize no less than 40 real places in Iceland to transcribe them identically in the game. Which gives that photorealistic cachet seen in the latest gameplay video.

The whole idea is about credibility – making things real or believable – and the best way to do that is to base everything on real things.

Always in this desire to “transcribe reality”, the actress Melina Juergens, who lends her features to Senua, had to learn the arts of fighting so she can do the motion capture action sequences herself. More generally, for Tameem Antoniades, Hellblade 2 is a huge project that will even go so far as to pass Hellblade, the first of its name, for an independent game.

The goal with Hellblade 2 isn’t to perfect what’s already been done, but to create a more believable and polished experience. His ambition is greater. I think Hellblade 2 will make the first Hellblade look like an indie game.

An ambitious game that will also go much further in the treatment of the psychology of its characters still as tortured, but not only. Many other topics will also be on the table, such as religion. Additionally, Senua and her visions will have a far greater impact on the story and the world around them.

Psychosis is defined in particular by hallucinations and beliefs that are not based on reality. You can apply that to a lot of things, to a lot of beliefs, but it should only be considered a disease if it interferes with your life in some way. Otherwise, it’s just a different way of thinking.[…]Hellblade 2 moves away from Senua’s personal affliction and focuses more on how someone like her can change the world

Words that promise great things, although we won’t be sure until the software comes out, which hasn’t still no release date Moreover. What we hope is that this sequel also manages to free itself from the heaviness that the first part dragged on.

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Source: www.nme.com

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