A Plague Tale: Innocence first revealed at E3 2017 and from it’s debut trailer until now, the game has always looked gorgeous, with it’s unique and eye-catching graphics, which gives you a great impression of the game’s environment and atmosphere. Good news is the game has gone gold, which means it’s development process has come to an end and now we just need to wait until release date to jump into it and experience a meaningful story.
A Plague Tale: Innocence follows the story of Amicia and Hugo, siblings that are trying to survive the outbreak of Hundred Years’ War. You will play as Amicia, escaping from France during 14th century, where a type of deadly plague has spread all over the continent. Aside from guards, you will have to deal with to many hungry rats through your way to survive. One of the main focuses of the gameplay is stealth mechanics and abilities that help you to distract your enemies, including rats. The game also contains action scenes and puzzles to be solved by players.
Asobo Studio’s new title is set to be released on May 14th – the same day Rage 2 will be released – for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Unlike most of these days’ titles, A Plague Tale: Innocence won’t be Epic Games Store exclusive and will be available on Steam for PC gamers.
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