February 29, 2024

We finally have a release date for Ninja Theory’s Hellblade sequel: May 21, 2024. It’s been over four years since Senua’s Saga was announced at the 2019 Game Awards alongside Microsoft’s (then next-gen) Xbox Series X console.

The first game in the series, Senua’s Sacrifice, focused on the main character’s journey to the realm of the dead, and her battle with mental health issues. Saga will focus on Senua traveling through Iceland to track down the Vikings who have been raiding her home town. According to Ninja Theory you should expect “perception puzzles led by her experiences of psychosis,” which were a high point of the first game. There’ll also be some pretty standard video game combat, but this time, in Iceland!

As you’d expect for a first-party title, Senua’s Saga will arrive on Microsoft’s Game Pass service for Xbox consoles and PC on day one. For those without Game Pass, it’ll be a digital-only release priced at $50. PC users will be able to buy it on either the Xbox store or Steam.

You can watch an eight-minute rundown of the game from Microsoft’s Xbox Developer Direct on Ninja Theory’s YouTube channel.

Update, January 18, 3:50PM ET: This story was updated after publish to include more details on the game and a link to the release date announcement video on YouTube.