“Immediately compelling” and “a cinematic delight” – A Plague Tale: Innocence has left journalists “absolutely blown away”
For the first time, the press has been hands on with A Plague Tale: Innocence and the response is clear: they love it. From the emotional journey of Hugo and Amicia to the incredible landscapes of medieval France, A Plague Tale has impressed on every level. In our new Accolade Preview Trailer, get a look at just how wide-ranging and positive the feedback has been as we prepare for release on May 14, 2019.
“Full of promise” with “everything it takes to be a good game,” A Plague Tale: Innocence is “impeccably polished,” “distinctive and terrifying” with expectations from some of a “game of the year contender.” Doing an “exceptional job at portraying raw, emotional storytelling”, the game also features “haunting art direction” and there’s “a lot more to the gameplay and story than first meets the eye.” Regularly compared favorably to the genre’s best titles, journalists “came away from this preview absolutely desperate for more.”
May 14 we can’t wait to give it to them and the gaming public. Look out for more news, trailers, screenshots, and information on A Plague Tale: Innocence in the very near future.
Pre-orders are available for digital and retail on consoles, and digital PC, for A Plague Tale: Innocence. Digital pre-orders come with alternative outfits and coats of arms for Amicia and Hugo, while retail ones have additional benefits depending on region – please check local listings for full details.
A Plague Tale: Innocence arrives May 14 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Developed on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC by Asobo Studio, A Plague Tale: Innocence will offer an adventure supported by an original scenario, with gameplay that blends action, adventure and stealth phases. Follow our protagonists Amicia and her little brother Hugo, both orphans and on the run from the terrifying Inquisition. Our young heroes will also need to survive against an even greater danger: supernatural swarms of rats that appeared with the great plague infecting across cities and countryside.
An original story featuring two young orphans on the run from the Inquisition.
A gameplay that blends action, adventure and stealth phases.
Survive against a great danger: supernatural swarms of rats that appeared with the great plague
About Asobo Studio
Asobo Studio is a French video game development company based in Bordeaux, France, founded in 2002 and 100% independent. The studio has developed 20 video games so far for both consoles and PC (Pixar’s Ratatouille, critically acclaimed Guinness World Record winner FUEL, Monopoly Plus…) and recently brought support to AAA development (Quantum Break, ReCore, The Crew2…). Asobo Studio includes some of the most prestigious worldwide publishers among its partners such as Disney•Pixar, Codemasters, Ubisoft, Microsoft, Focus Home Interactive… The team also created 3 out of the 7 launch titles for Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition: our holographic games and application (Fragments, Young Conker & HoloTour) are now available on the Windows store for all HoloLens owners. The studio currently employs about 160 full-time developers. In continuation of the creative partnership with Microsoft, Asobo Studio is also working on original video game IPs, from which A Plague Tale: Innocence, as well as other unannounced projects.
More information on the website: www.asobostudio.com