DmC: Devil May Cry developer Ninja Theory has revealed that the upcoming Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice will receive a retail release.
In response to a Twitter user, Ariel, Ninja Theory confirmed that it is “looking to make a physical Collector’s Edition” for Hellblade.
There is a catch with a potential Hellblade Collector’s Edition, however, as Ninja Theory said that there won’t be a disc included in a physical release. Instead, the developer said that it would compensate the lack of a disc with some “nice physical goodies.”
As well as a physical release, Hellblade will also be available as a digital download.
We're looking to make a physical collectors edition. No disc, but nice physical goodies. https://t.co/zvVgEsQXZ4
— NinjaTheory (@NinjaTheory) June 6, 2016
Hellblade was first announced at Gamescom in 2014 and has been labeled as an “Independent AAA” title, which Ninja Theory’s Dom Matthews explained as it’s being “developed and published independently but with all the quality and production values of any AAA game on the market.”
Ninja Theory unveiled Hellblade’s subtitle, Senua’s Sacrifice, in March.
Last week, Ninja Theory dropped the latest installment in its long-running developer’s diary for Hellblade — it’s reached 23 videos to date — continuing to focus on the combat elements from the title.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice will launch in 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PC.
For more on Hellblade, Hardcore Gamer’s rounded up some of the developer’s diary from the title below: