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Ninja Theory has released another video in its developer diary series for Hellblade, a smaller budget title from the creators of heavenly Sword and DmC, inspired by viking folklore.

Titled Creating the World the latest clip is all about environment art, and explains that although the world of Hellblade will be as vast as the studio's previous AAA titles, it's mostly being constructed by a single environment artist, Ninja Theory's Dan Attwell.

The developers discuss the various productivity efficiencies they're using to reign in the daunting task of creating a rich game environment on a lower budget, and delve into the intentions and inspirations behind some key areas and set pieces. Check it out below.

Ninja Theory has yet to set a release date for Hellblade, only that it will be coming to the PlayStation 4 console.

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