A Plague Tale: Innocence may be part of the PS Plus games that will be offered in the month of July, according to new leaks in this regard. This launch on the PlayStation subscription service will also coincide with the arrival of the improved version of the game for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, scheduled for July 6. Both news come after the E3 2021 its sequel will be announced, A Plague Tale: Requiem, which will be available in 2022 on both PC and PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4 and Xbox One, in Spain and worldwide.
A Plague Tale: Innocence it could hit PS Plus next month
The information comes from a ResetEra account called Deluxera, which apparently would have leaked the news on June 11 along with several announcements related to A Plague Tale. Some data that, finally, were part of the Microsoft and Bethesda conference two days later. This gives his words some credibility but, as always, we will have to wait for official sources to confirm this launch.
But the truth is that Deluxera correctly predicted the announcement of the sequel, stating that it would be announced during the Microsoft event and that it will be available on Xbox Game Pass upon its debut. In addition, it also indicated that it would debut on PC and Nintendo Switch (as Cloud Version), which has also turned out to be accurate. “Asobo will also reveal a next-gen remaster of the first game A Plague Tale“he also pointed out, before the upgraded version was announced. “If you are on PlayStation 5, do not buy it right now, as it will be included in the PS Plus of July”.
“If you are on PlayStation 5, do not buy it right now, as it will be included in the PS Plus of July”
The titles of PS More from junio include Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown, Star Wars: Squadrons, Operation Tango and the spanish game Waves Out!. It may be that from Asobo Studio they announce the possible arrival of Innocence to PS Plus on the same July 6, at which time the optimized version of the title for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S will be released: offering 4K resolution and a frame rate of 60 fps, along with other improvements.
All these announcements related to the saga come after the 2019 game has surpassed one million copies sold worldwide. “An interesting adventure of puzzles and infiltration in medieval France that does what fewer and fewer games do“, we write in our analysis.