Senua's Saga: Hellblade II

Senua's Saga: Hellblade II is getting limited-edition jewellery

The jewellery has been sustainably manufactured and is made to resemble Senua's own jewellery.

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A candidate for the biggest game release of next week is Senua's Saga: Hellblade II, which launches this Tuesday, when we will once again get to adventure with Senua, who is forced to challenge herself yet again despite major mental health problems.

This time the adventure takes place in Iceland, and to celebrate the launch, Xbox and Ninja Theory has teamed up with jeweller Aurum to offer "a limited-edition jewelry collection that is rooted in both the world of the game and its real-life inspiration in Iceland".

The collaboration includes a headpiece "inspired by the one Senua wears in-game", but also two bronze necklaces. Regarding the environmental and ethical aspects of the production, we're told:

"The paper box is made from mulberry tree fibers, which are collected from the leaves without cutting down a single tree. Aurum always sources only recycled and re-refined precious metals and only buys certified and conflict-free precious stones and diamonds."

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