Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, has shown that he is a very active gamer despite his demanding job. The leader boasted on social networks for having won another 100% title, as he had achieved all his achievements in recent days.

Some gamers believe this is a sign that the long-awaited Xbox launch is on the way. The reason? Spencer got all the achievements of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice after visiting Ninja Theory and seeing Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II.

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Players ask Spencer for news about Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II

Spencer revealed that he visited Ninja Theory in recent days and caught a glimpse of the long-awaited sequel. This motivated him to go back to the original game and complete it 100%. The manager achieved the feat, as he completed the list of achievements after collecting all the Lorestones.

On social media, he shared his triumph and took the opportunity to praise Ninja Theory’s work. All this has got Xbox gamers and fans excited. Some even believe that Spencer’s message is a sign that Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II it’s finally coming.

“After a recent visit to Ninja Theory reviewing Hellblade III was inspired to go back and complete 100% Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice collecting all the Lorestones last night. The game holds up really well, looks really good, sounds great,” said Spencer.

The community asked the manager to reveal information about the sequel and the current state of its development, as Ninja Theory remained silent and said nothing about its release date.

On the other hand, players also congratulated Spencer for remaining active as a player despite his work and the entire Activision Blizzard buyout. Many dream that the sequel will be a major part of the Xbox Games Showcase in June.

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