Last Thursday’s Xbox event (18) brought a flood of news about the Hellblade: Senua’s Saga. Well, if you want to warm up for the sequel, which arrives on May 21st on Xbox Series X|S and PCknow that the first Hellblade it has the lowest historical price ever recorded on Steam and costs less than R$6.00.
As recorded on SteamDB, The first game in the franchise has a generous 90% discount and costs just R$5.60 — in promotions, it usually costs R$8.39. The offer will be available until January 25th, at 3pm (Brasília time).
Additionally, there is a more robust package with the soundtrack — which is a spectacle in itself. This, in turn, is 84% off and costing R$ 11.16. This is an excellent opportunity to secure the Ninja Theory game in the library. Check out the details at the links below:
More information about Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice arrived in 2017 on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch only in the platforms’ digital stores — but it also had a physical format on the market a year later.
At the heart of the experience is Senua, a Celtic warrior who embarks on a harrowing journey through Iceland’s mysterious Viking folklore. The game embraces the theme of psychosis, incorporating constant voices in the protagonist’s mind, providing a very peculiar auditory and visual experience.
The first Hellblade is a psychedelic trip into the protagonist’s head.Source: Steam
The gameplay, in turn, merges visceral combat with well-crafted puzzles, providing total immersion into the character’s tormented mind. Every step in Hellblade It’s a different surprise, where mythology, madness and intensity meet to challenge the player.
It’s worth noting that now Ninja Theory is no longer an independent studio, so things could get even better in Hellblade 2. The sequence will even be subtitled in 26 different languages, including Arabic, Ukrainian and Icelandic. If you are wondering: yes, PT-BR is also included in the package.
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