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News video games 03 April 2019, 22:10

author: Jacob Blazewicz

A Plague Tale: Innocence Goes Gold

A Plague Tale: Innocence has gone gold. The info comes from Focus Home, officially confirming the May release date of this intriguing production.

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The trip to 14th-century France will take place according to plan.

Focus Home Interactive informed on Twitter about the golden status of A Plague Tale: Innocence. In other words, Asobo Studio finished working on the title and the master disc was sent for replication and distribution. Therefore, no further release delays can be expected.

A Plague Tale: Innocence will be a combination of stealth and adventure game, in which we travel through France in the age of Hundred Years' War, ravaged by a plague. In the game, we will follow the fate of Amicia and her brother Hugo on their journey through the devastated country, roamed by representatives of the Inquisition and packs of bloodthirsty rats. The game will focus on the relationship between the two siblings, but sneaking past enemies will also be important. Interestingly, during the game you will have to avoid not light, but shady places, which are overrun by hungry rodents. The game features a rather dark aesthetic, not shying away from brutality and drastic scenes. A Plague Tale: Innocence will debut on May 14 on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Last update: 2019-04-03

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