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News video games 03 November 2022, 12:05

author: Jacob Blazewicz

A Plague Tale: Requiem Show Power of Good Story and Game Pass

A Plague Tale: Requiem has already become a small success. The second part of the series by Asobo Studio has been checked out by more than one million players.

Half a month was enough for A Plague Tale: Requiem to be played by more than one million players. Focus Entertainment boasted the result in a post on Twitter, in which it thanked players for checking out the game.

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The second chapter of Amicia and Hugo's story has already been checked by crowds of players.Source: Focus Entertainment.

We point out that these are not sales results. Second A Plague Tale is available on Game Pass, and presumably many players have checked out the game as part of this subscription. No actual sales figures for A Plague Tale: Requiem have been published as of yet.

Nevertheless, this stats are already good news for those hoping for a return to this universe. Admittedly, Asobo Studio is not thinking about creating a third installment for the time being, but that may change. Kevin Choteau, director of Requiem, mentioned just after the premiere that the developers want to first see how the second part will be received by players.

For now, it looks like A Plague Tale: Requiem has won their favor, as clearly evidenced by user ratings on Steam. Out of nearly 2.5 thousand reviews on this platform (at the time of publishing this news), as many as 90% are positive.

The game was also appreciated by reviewers, as shown by the newly released trailer with journalists' scores.

Jacob Blazewicz

Jacob Blazewicz

Passionate about video (and other) games for years, he completed an Mba in linguistics, defending a thesis about games. He began his adventure with Gamepressure in 2015, writing in the newsroom, later also covering film and – oh, horror! – technology (also contributor to the gaming encyclopedia). He started with platformers, which he still dearly loves (including metroidvania), but he's also interested in card games (including 'analog'), brawlers, soulslike games and basically every other type of game. Don't ask about the graphics – after a few hours of exposition, he can be delighted with pixelated characters from games that remember the days of the Game Boy age (if not older).


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