Ninja Theory has done well for itself with Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, but there are still opportunities for the game to reach more players. The clearest path forward is probably an Xbox One port, and on that front, there’s been some movement: a listing has popped up on Taiwan’s ratings board website.
What’s more, the Australian Classification Board has a new multi-platform listing for Hellblade.
“It wasn’t easy to raise funding as this model of development isn’t an established one,” Ninja Theory co-founder Tameem Antoniades said back in November, “but it was worth it — because we now own the IP for a game that we’ve come up with and made, which is as it should be.”
This is one of those games you just want to see show up everywhere. I hope the listings pan out.