A Plague Tale: Requiem gave gamers a look at its gameplay footage and cutscenes at Tribeca Games Spotlight.
A Plague Tale: Innocence gained popularity when it was released in 2019, with critical acclaim focusing on the game’s dark atmosphere and environment. A few years later, Asobo Studio revealed that a sequel to the title would be out in late 2022, called A Plague Tale: Requiem. The first trailer for A Plague Tale: Requiem was shown at E3 last year, focusing on the story of protagonists Amicia and Hugo following the events of the previous game.
A Plague Tale: Innocence has been appreciated for its world-building detail, drawing inspiration from the historical setting of Europe, more specifically 14th-century France and the influence of the Black Death. in history. That story and atmosphere will continue in A Plague Tale: Requiem, with a number of recently revealed game door screenshots focusing on the impressive graphics of the locations that people visit. play will discover. To boost fans’ excitement even further, Asobo Studio and Focus Entertainment showcased more details of the game at the Tribeca Games Festival event.
Asobo Studio’s presentation at the Tribeca Games Festival focused on A Plague Tale: Requiem and discussed several aspects of the development process. Various cutscenes from the game were shown throughout the presentation, providing insight into the situation the characters were facing. The rat invasion has returned, and Amicia herself can be seen in dire straits, with the possibility that the curse that affected her brother Hugo is now affecting her as well.
The presentation for A Plague Tale: Requiem also shows how the stealth and survival gameplay of the title has evolved compared to the previous game. It requires Amicia and Hugo to get past their enemies and avoid them, although Amicia’s attack options have been expanded slightly. She can now use a crossbow to shoot enemies from a distance and even perform a series of assassination knockdown moves.
Various other aspects of the game were introduced as well, such as the motion capture process behind some of the cutscenes, as well as the musical compositions. The final cutscene shown during the presentation reveals one of A Plague Tale: Requiem’s heartwarming moments, with Hugo and Amicia peacefully interacting with a group of their companions in an area. sunny garden.
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