Ninja Theory, the developers behind the popular Hellblade video games, launched official Hellblade lenses for the Snapchat social network this week.
These lenses, which can be found by searching “Hellblade” within the lenses part of the Snapchat app or claimed on the web here use AR to place filters on the user’s face making them look like characters from the series.
Here’s some tweets people have shared of their time using the app filter:
Day 6389 pic.twitter.com/9ipiebBeN8
— Stein (@steinekin) April 21, 2020
Love them!! pic.twitter.com/VeZBG7SD2r
— Maxi Gräff (@GMaxee) April 21, 2020
لا فعاليات كويسة والله نبي فلاتر من باقي الاستديوهات بعد 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/K2ibb8dZaC
— سعود بن سلمان (@Sauds_qh) April 21, 2020
The Hellblade video game series is one of the more interesting properties to hit the gaming scene this past decade.
The first game in the series, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, earned acclaim for its stunning visuals and exploration of mental health and was a hit with gamers when it came to Xbox One consoles and Xbox Game Pass in 2018.
Its sequel, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, made an incredibly positive impression with its recent teaser trailer. Unlike the first game, Hellblade II looks to be an Xbox console exclusive, apparently designed for the next gen Xbox Series X console. It will also launch for Windows.