New A Plague Tale: Requiem Gameplay Trailer Revealed

In case you somehow missed it, A Plague Tale: Requiem Developer Adobo Studio and Focus Entertainment previously announced that the highly anticipated title would release for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC as well as Nintendo Switch via the cloud on October 18. Ahead of the video game’s release, a new trailer has been shared offering the best look yet at A Plague Tale: Requiemthe game of.

Along with the new gameplay trailer, Asobo Studio and Focus Entertainment also announced that one of the first chapters of A Plague Tale: Requiem will actually be available to the public at Gamescom. From August 24 to 28, interested people attending the convention will be able to play a demo of the title at Microsoft’s booth. You can check out the new gameplay preview trailer for A Plague Tale: Requiem for you embedded below:

“Embark on Hugo and Amicia’s next voyage and venture to 14th-century southern France before setting sail to a mysterious island in the Mediterranean Sea,” reads the sequel’s story press release. . “Face a terrible fate and find a cure for Hugo’s disease through Amicia’s new resources, including the use of alchemy to manipulate fire, the long-range power of a crossbow, her cunning use of the Choose to strike from the shadows or unleash hell with the help of Hugo’s new powers: sense the movements of surrounding enemies while moving stealthily and manipulate hordes of rats to decimate entire squads of soldiers.

As stated above, A Plague Tale: Requiem is set to launch on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC as well as a cloud version for Nintendo Switch on October 18. It will also be available on Xbox Game Pass for consoles, PC and via cloud gaming on the same day. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the upcoming video game sequel here.

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