A Plague Tale: Requiem – release date announced, 12 minutes of gameplay

As part of its Focus Showcase, the publisher announced the final release date for yesterday evening A Plague Tale: Requiem known. In addition, a 12-minute gameplay trailer reveals new game mechanics.

The successor to the surprise hit A Plague Tale: Innocence appears on October 18, 2022 for PlayStation 5, Xbox SeriesX/S and PC. Nintendo Switch players can also look forward to receiving a cloud version of the action-adventure.

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Gameplay trailer shows Amicia and Hugo on the run

We’ll have to wait a little longer until autumn. But at least the launch of the trailer shortens the waiting time a bit. The story of Amicia and her brother Hugo continues.

Fleeing from their opponents, the siblings end up in a quarry. Armed with crossbow and incendiary devices get rid of your enemies and try to outrun the outnumbered guards. When the situation seems hopeless, Hugo has to use his powers.

Here’s the new one Gameplay trailer of A Plague Tale: Requiem:

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A Plague Tale: Requiem – eye-catcher with top performance

To download the PC version of “A Plague Tale: Requiem” with NVIDIA RTX features To equip, Asobo Studio and Focus Entertainment are collaborating with NVIDIA.

Come for an optimal increase in performance without loss of image quality NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) and ray tracing for use. As a result, we can expect not only exciting gameplay but also a graphic highlight.

A Plague Tale: Requiem Collector's Edition
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A Plague Tale: Requiem is now officially available for pre-order. There is also a chic one for collectors Collector’s Edition. This will include a mandatory Resin statue, lithographs and a vinyl contain.


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