Ninja Theory announced that tomorrow it will be at the Microsoft post E3 event, where it will provide updates on the state of development of Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, probably his most awaited project by owners of PCs and Xbox consoles.
The meager tweet with the announcement didn’t provide many details, but it alone was enough to make tomorrow’s appointment even more important. Microsoft has already announced that it will use it to return to show the games seen during its E3 2021 conference. So it is certain that we will see, among others, Halo Infinite and Forza Horizon 5.
It is difficult to say what will be shown of the various games (a lot depends on the state of development), but the idea is that the Redmond house wants to take advantage of its excellent moment, proving that from now on the communication on the upcoming titles will be constant and abundant.
Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 is developed using theUnreal Engine 5, this should already make it clear that the launch is not exactly imminent, given that the new Epic Games engine has not yet had a stable release.