Hellblade VR Edition Coming July 31st

25 Jul Hellblade VR Edition Coming July 31st

Today we’re super excited to announce Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice VR Edition!

The VR Edition of Hellblade features Senua’s full journey from the original game plus additional experimental game modes and fully customisable comfort options.

You can experience Hellblade in VR from July 31st on Oculus Rift or HTC Vive and the VR Edition will be available for free to those that own or purchase the original Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice on Steam.

Find out how the VR Edition of Hellblade came to be in our new development diary video:

9 Comments
  • AIXI
    Posted at 17:41h, 25 July Reply

    THe windows store version will not support the vr mode??

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    Posted at 19:13h, 25 July Reply

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  • Eddy555
    Posted at 03:26h, 26 July Reply

    How about the GOG version?

    • Eisberg77
      Posted at 05:54h, 30 July Reply

      I hope they either put up a GoG version or at the very least provide Steam keys to the VR version to all their GoG customers, That really is the only right thing to do.

  • Mike666
    Posted at 17:11h, 27 July Reply

    GOG version?

  • Patrick
    Posted at 11:51h, 29 July Reply

    How about chapter replaying feature?
    I’ve finish the game one year ago and I would be glad to play some of nice chapters again.

  • John Cozen
    Posted at 20:29h, 30 July Reply

    Can’t wait! I hope WMR is supported.

  • Marcos Sinning
    Posted at 13:31h, 31 July Reply

    How about the PS4 version?

  • Jashan Chittesh
    Posted at 23:53h, 02 August Reply

    I have just finished the VR version and … whoa, what an amazing VR experience! Thank you for making it available for VR because otherwise, I would have missed this.

    Words can’t really capture it. But it was mind-blowing and I’m totally in awe – literally cried at the very end of it because it touched me so profoundly. I really hope that a lot of people who played the flatscreen version will try it in VR, too, because even though the game was designed for flatscreen, I think it was really meant for VR.

    Being *with* Senua, by her side, hearing her voices – without a screen in-between … wow, just wow!

    I would say this is not a “VR game” (simply because the game mechanics were obviously not designed for VR). But I believe this is by very far the best “VR experience” currently available. Thank you!

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