Ninja Theory, the game development company of Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice has announced that the game will soon be available for Xbox One and the enhanced version will also come for the recently launched Xbox oneWhere to buy 3075 12472 X. The gaming title supports HDR on Xbox where players have three modes to choose from: Enhanced Visuals mode, High Framerate mode and the Hi-resolution mode. The enhanced visuals mode comes with added FX and visual quality throughout the gameplay, whereas the high framerate mode runs the game at 60fps for a smoother experience presumably and the high-resolution mode allows one to play the game with up to 4K resolutions.
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Hellblade on Xbox supports HDR and the game is enhanced for Xbox oneWhere to buy 3075 12472 X, with players having the choice of 3 enhanced modes to select from: Enhanced Visuals mode offers extra FX and visual quality throughout the experience, High Framerate mode runs the game at 60fps and High-Resolution mode runs the game with dynamic resolutions up to 4K.
Xbox players can pre-order Hellblade on the Xbox Store from Monday and, as a thank you to the patient Ninja Theory Xbox fans, pre-ordering or buying in the first week comes with a 10% discount on the $29.99/€29.99/£24.99 price.
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