Cobertura E3 2021

An incomplete list of games that will be presented at E3 2021 has revealed several titles that will be announced during the fair, from June 12 to 15. Among them a game is mentioned that is not yet official: A Plague Tale Requiem. A rumor in Resetera gives some more information about the Asobo Studios game for Focus Home Interactive. A Plague Tale Requiem will be presented during the Microsoft event -Sunday June 13 at 7:00 p.m.- as a game that will debut in its launch on Xbox Game Pass; It will also be launched on PC, PlayStation – generations are not indicated – and Nintendo Switch, although in this case through cloud play. Its release date will be 2022.

The existence of the sequel is rumored in 2019, as the original was a surprise and with notable success for the publisher. “At both Focus Home Interactive and Asobo we are very proud of the critical and public reception of A Plague Tale: Innocence and the sales reaped by it, “said Focus Home Interactive.” We have promoted the title as it deserves. Of course, as we announced last year, we are involved with Asobo in a future projectbut we never confirmed whether it was a sequel to A Plague Tale or not, and we will release more details on that title when the time is right.

A remastering of A Plague Tale: Innocence is also in the works.

This rumor ensures that the first, A Plague Tale: Innocence, also have a remastering for the new generation of consoles. Similar to other titles, the new consoles are expected to offer improvements in resolution, frame rate and other effects, in addition to reduced loading times. The source of this rumor assures that be one of the July games for PS Plus subscribers, so the launch will be as close as next month.

A Plague Tale: Innocence transported us to France in the mid-fourteenth century, when the country was struck by the bubonic plague, a plague that wiped out a third of the territory’s population. Following the misadventures of Amicia and Hugo, we will have to escape the evil Inquisition as we flee from the clutches of disease and the chaos unleashed by rats and the evils they carry.

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