Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Gets New Trailer, PS4 Pro Support Confirmed

Runtime: 2:00    Author: OfficialNinjaTheory    Category: Trailers

Developer Ninja Theory released a new trailer for Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, their upcoming psychological action game. If you’re looking to pick the game up on Sony’s platform, PlayStation 4 Pro owners will get some bonuses.

As Gematsu reports, those playing on Sony’s stronger hardware variant will have two video options available. They can play the game at an enhanced resolution, or at 60 frames per-second. The PC version can run at an uncapped frame rate, and support for 21:9 monitors.

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice launches August 8 for PlayStation 4 and PC.



 

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Comments Comments (7)

 
Posted by ThatUndeadLegacy
On Monday 31 Jul 2017 3:26 PM
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enhanced resolution, or higher frame rate. why not both?
 
 
 
Posted by kniteowl
On Monday 31 Jul 2017 3:31 PM
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31 July 2017, 03:26 PM Reply to ThatUndeadLegacy
enhanced resolution, or higher frame rate. why not both?
Because current console hardware may not be able to support it this generation? Xbox One X may not be able to either...
 
 
 
Posted by ThatUndeadLegacy
On Monday 31 Jul 2017 6:06 PM
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31 July 2017, 03:31 PM Reply to kniteowl
Because current console hardware may not be able to support it this generation? Xbox One X may not be able to either...
If it aimed for 1080p 60 fps it would do fine, but for some reason they think people want fake 4k, barely anybody wants it. the hardware is good enough to do it, the xbox one x has a custom rx 580 which is a great card for 1080p, but not really for 4k.
i mean older consoles had 60 fps and that was standard.
 
 
 
Posted by kniteowl
On Tuesday 1 Aug 2017 7:08 AM
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31 July 2017, 06:06 PM Reply to ThatUndeadLegacy
If it aimed for 1080p 60 fps it would do fine, but for some reason they think people want fake 4k, barely anybody wants it. the hardware is good enough to do it, the xbox one x has a custom rx 580 which is a great card for 1080p, but not really for 4k.
i mean older consoles had 60 fps and that was standard.
Dude you just argued against yourself there. You said why not both enhanced resolution and 60fps and now you say there would be no problems if they only wanted 1080p60 - which is one of the options on offer...

Anyway most PS3 and 360 games only reached 30 FPS... I think Gran Turismo and Wipeout HD were some of the exceptions but 1080P30 was the norm last generation.
 
 
 
Posted by SpawnSeekSlay
On Tuesday 1 Aug 2017 9:56 AM
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31 July 2017, 06:06 PM Reply to ThatUndeadLegacy
If it aimed for 1080p 60 fps it would do fine, but for some reason they think people want fake 4k, barely anybody wants it. the hardware is good enough to do it, the xbox one x has a custom rx 580 which is a great card for 1080p, but not really for 4k.
i mean older consoles had 60 fps and that was standard.
1080p 60fps or 4k 30 fps are the options.
So your comment makes no sense mate. As knife said your arguing against yourself.
Also being the type of game it is Id choose 4k30, it is more a cinematic experience and probably would look better at 30fps. Id have to try them both out to see what I preferred, but Im just going off The Hobbit movies watching them at 48fps HFR I thought the high frame rate made it all look fake and didnt like it at all, and sort of ruined alot of scenes for me. Hard to correlate that to the gaming scene though so as I said Id have to try both options out.
If it was a fast paced game ie shooter or racing game well 60 fps would be far more preferred option.
 
 
 
Posted by ThatUndeadLegacy
On Tuesday 1 Aug 2017 12:29 PM
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1 August 2017, 09:56 AM Reply to SpawnSeekSlay
1080p 60fps or 4k 30 fps are the options.
So your comment makes no sense mate. As knife said your arguing against yourself.
Also being the type of game it is Id choose 4k30, it is more a cinematic experience and probably would look better at 30fps. Id have to try them both out to see what I preferred, but Im just going off The Hobbit movies watching them at 48fps HFR I thought the high frame rate made it all look fake and didnt like it at all, and sort of ruined alot of scenes for me. Hard to correlate that to the gaming scene though so as I said Id have to try both options out.
If it was a fast paced game ie shooter or racing game well 60 fps would be far more preferred option.
movies and games are obviously different so the comparison is stupid, you play a game, you don't play movies. if it's a shooter game it better be 144hz xD
 
 
 
Posted by kniteowl
On Tuesday 1 Aug 2017 8:39 PM
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1 August 2017, 12:29 PM Reply to ThatUndeadLegacy
movies and games are obviously different so the comparison is stupid, you play a game, you don't play movies. if it's a shooter game it better be 144hz xD
And yet you still haven't addressed the issue where you shot yourself in the foot with your second argument...