During the “A Plague Tale: Requiem Release Date and Extended Gameplay Trailer live stream,” publisher Focus Entertainment and developer Asobo Studio released a 12-minute extended gameplay video for its upcoming adventure game A Plague Tale: Requiem, and announced that it will launch on October 18. The game will launch for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch (cloud only), and PC via Steam. Additionally, Focus Entertainment announced that they are working with NVIDIA to add NVIDIA RTX features to the game.
The game’s details via Focus Entertainment can be seen below:
Far across the sea, an island calls…
Embark on a heartrending journey into a brutal, breathtaking world twisted by supernatural forces.
After escaping their devastated homeland, Amicia and Hugo travel far south, to new regions and vibrant cities. There, they attempt to start a new life and control Hugo’s curse.
But, when Hugo’s powers reawaken, death and destruction return in a flood of devouring rats. Forced to flee once more, the siblings place their hopes in a prophesized island that may hold the key to saving Hugo.
Discover the cost of saving those you love in a desperate struggle for survival. Strike from the shadows or unleash hell, overcoming foes and challenges with a variety of weapons, tools and unearthly powers.
Sequel to the award-winning adventure A Plague Tale: Innocence.
A spectacular grounded tale twisted by supernatural forces.
Use a variety of tools, sneak, fight, or unleash hell and rats.
Stunning visuals combine with an enthralling score.
The Ultimate A Plague Tale: Requiem Experience
Support for NVIDIA DLSS and ray tracing in the game means a GeForce RTX-based graphics card, desktop PC or laptop PC will deliver the ultimate A Plague Tale: Requiem experience, with the highest levels of performance, the smoothest gameplay, and the highest-fidelity graphics
About NVIDIA DLSS
NVIDIA DLSS continues to set the standard for super resolution. DLSS is NVIDIA’s critically acclaimed AI-powered tech that boosts performance without compromising image quality. NVIDIA DLSS is used in over 180 games, where it accelerates performance by up to 3X.
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