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Promising stealth adventure game A Plague Tale: Innocence, from Asobo Studio, launches today, arriving to a bunch of surprisingly positive reviews. It’s currently notched up an impressive average of 80% from 68 reviews, so this is comfortably set to go down as one of publisher Focus Home Interactive’s most critically acclaimed titles.
Focus Home Interactive has revealed yet another trailer for A Plague Tale: Innocence, showcasing an overview of Asobo’s stealth adventure. At this point, there are more trailers for A Plague Tale: Innocence than there were rats in 14th century France, but in for a penny, in for a pound, I guess, as the saying goes.
Asobo Studio has revealed a lengthy uncut gameplay segment from the upcoming A Plague Tale: Innocence, providing our best insight yet into what to expect from this third-person adventure game set in medieval France. Siblings Amicia and Hugo are on the run in war-torn, plague-ridden France, although Hugo seems to have popped up for a nap or something during this clip.
The official PC system requirements for A Plague Tale: Innocence have been revealed by Focus Home Interactive and developer Asobo Studio. A Plague Tale is a darkly grim tale of two siblings journeying through plague-ridden France, trying to survive in a brutal and unforgiving world. Are the PC system specs for A Plague Tale: Innocence just as unforgiving though?
If you’re interested in European publishers that don’t use 8chan as a marketing platform, look no further than Focus Home Interactive. They’ve got a fairly small slate of upcoming titles, including The Surge 2 and Greedfall, but it’s A Plague Tale: Innocence that looks perhaps the most intriguing.
Focus Home Interactive has dropped a big ol’ batch of new screenshots showcasing A Plague Tale: Innocence’s environments and it’s quietly looking pretty damn fantastic. Stills don’t paint the full picture of course, but there’s clearly some formidable craft going into this plague-ridden world.
Phew, we’re still trying to catch up with Gamescom goodies today. One of the little gems from the week that’s been flying under the radar is A Plague Tale: Innocence. It’s a new adventure game from Focus Home Interactive and Asobo Studio, an outfit the appears to have spent of its history porting Disney games to various platforms.
Focus Home Interactive and developer Asobo Studio have just dropped a new trailer for A Plague Tale: Innocence, its new adventure game set in 12th century France.

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