I know that right now most of you are a bit shocked by the review scores that Rage 2 has received so far. Most of the reviewers call Rage 2 a gameplay-driven game with no respect for its story, but if you are looking for an engaging story-based game, you’re on the right track and here is the right place for you. A Plague Tale: Innocence is out now and review scores for the game seems Asobo Studio has reached a good success in its latest project set in the dark days of knights era.
A Plague Tale: Innocence follows the story of Amicia and Hugo, two siblings that lost their mother after the outbreak of a deadly plague, but in the same time, harms of a brutal war over the Europe make things the journey tougher for two main characters of the game. Amicia and her enemies both fight against plague, but they this the only thing that they stand together in front of.
According to the launch trailer of the game, which is deep and engaging enough to convince you play the game, showcases the dangerous journey of Amicia and his brother in a world that couldn’t be darker than what it is. As the trailer reveals, Amicia is tasked to protect Hugo, while the hostages are chasing them step by step to haunt Amicia and catch the boy alive. Here you can check out the launch trailer.
A Plague Tale: Innocence has achieved Metascore of 79 with 28 reviews thus far which makes it a worthy game to experience among other recently released titles. The game is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. PC version of the game is available right now on Steam, with no exclusive release on EGS.