The Ninja Theory video game reaches 4K and even ray tracing with its next-generation patch.
Yesterday was the fourth anniversary of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, a Ninja Theory game that has not gone unnoticed due to its highly psychological and immersive proposal. To celebrate this anniversary, from Ninja Theory, its creators, have launched a new optimization patch for adventure to get the most out of Xbox Series X | S features, with technical improvements with which the adventures starring Senua are capable of running at 4K, 60 FPS and other similar changes.
As usual every time there is news of this style, The Bit Analyst has made an interesting video reviewing all the changes in the game and showing us the differences between the original version and how the game currently looks with the free optimization patch now available.
The optimization patch is now available on Xbox SeriesThe author of the video highlights that, with the next-gen patch, they have greatly improved the lighting effects of the game. A fact that helps make the atmosphere of the game even more gloomy and immersive, thanks to those light contrasts. Ray tracing also adds to the experience with more realistic reflections. We advise you to watch the video, where it has all the details.
Do not forget that there is a sequel on the way to Xbox Series X | S. In addition, Hellblade is available in the Xbox Game Pass catalog, and you can try the news for yourself with a subscription to the service. We remember that you can join xbox game pass paying only one euro for the first month to access a library with hundreds of games at no additional cost.
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