A Plague Tale: Requiem: Playable before release – developer warns of spoilers

A Plague Tale: Requiem: Playable before release – developer warns of spoilers

A Plague Tale: Requiem, the sequel to the first part of the rat adventure, will actually not be released until next week. But before that, massive spoilers hit the internet.

These show large parts of the campaign and even prompted video game developer Asobo to issue an official warning to anyone who is ruining the story of A Plague Tale: Requiem for other players.

A Plague Tale: Requiem – Physical copies shipped early

You can see exactly what happens if you don’t follow the well-intentioned advice of the developers in their corresponding Twitter post. In that one you see a knight being overpowered by countless rats. A really scary prospect, but still a more than just punishment for those who spoil the fun of the second part with the material published too soon. But how could this have happened at all?

The original plan was to release A Plague Tale: Requiem worldwide next Tuesday, October 18th at midnight local time. The digital copies will only be activated at this point and physical copies should not be delivered beforehand. However, it seems that not all retailers have followed suit and some physical copies have probably found their way into the hands of enthusiastic gamers earlier.

So, should you decide to jump blindly into A Plague Tale: Requiem without warning, you better watch what you click on over the next few days. Huge spoilers are already making the rounds on relevant sites and you are not immune to them on Reddit and Co. either. What is officially known so far is that A Plague Tale: Requiem picks up where its predecessor ended: we follow the two siblings Amicia and Hugo through France set in the Middle Ages, which was stricken by the plague. In the gloomy setting we face challenges and are surprised or not by one or the other twist.

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As already mentioned, A Plague Tale: Requiem will be released next week for the PlayStation 5, the Xbox Series X | S and the computer and as a cloud version for the Nintendo Switch. Until then, the game’s gameplay trailers will help you get in the mood for the game without the risk of spoiling your story.

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