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A sneak peek to what lies ahead.

Do you want to know more about <span class="bold">Senua</span>'s story? Good. But are you ready to ask the right questions? Excellent. At 4PM UTC today, Dominic Matthews, Product Development Manager for Ninja Theory, will join us here for an open Q&A session, answering the questions that you guys have been submitting below since Tuesday, and tackling any new ones that you want to throw at them.

Two days ago Melina Juergens appeared live as Senua on Ninja Theory's facebook page and addressed fan questions about the game and its groundbreaking motion-capture technology. You can watch it all <span class="bold">here</span>.

But surely there's more you want to know about this fascinating project, things that are not even covered in these extensive <span class="bold">developer diaries</span>. So what are you waiting for? Fire away, people!

<span class="bold">Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice</span> is scheduled for release on August 8 and you can pre-order it now, DRM-free on

Watch the Hela trailer.
Post edited June 30, 2017 by maladr0Id
powerstrokegt: Not to try and steal an answer from Dom to you, but I think they may be done answering stuff. If so, I found their YouTube channel has a Dev Diary! They have vids that covered my and some others questions. lol Nice to hear from the team themselves though.
I have seen couple of Dev Diary videos when they first announced the game but than totally forgot about it (videos, not the game). Thanks for the link, time for some binge watching :)
Problem is, now we have to wait for another month to get our hands on a just released version of the game, possibly full of bugs :P
If the story and atmosphere is as good as promised, I don't mind.
It was cool that NinjaTheory stopped by to answer a few questions on GOG. I hate going to facebook for that stuff (more that I hate facebook in general). Game looks really good, $30 seems fair for the pre-order risk. I think I'll get it.