A Plague Tale: Innocence

A Plague Tale: Innocence

released on May 14, 2019

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A Plague Tale: Innocence

released on May 14, 2019

A Plague Tale: Innocence, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, tells the grim story of two siblings fighting together for survival in the darkest hours of History. This new video game from Asobo Studio sends you on an emotional journey through the 14th century France, with gameplay combining adventure, action and stealth, supported by a compelling story. Follow the young Amicia and her little brother Hugo, who face the brutality of a ravaged world as they discover their purpose to expose a dark secret. On the run from the Inquisition's soldiers, surrounded by unstoppable swarms of rats incarnating the Black Death, Amicia and Hugo will learn to know and trust each other as they struggle for their lives against all odds.


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'A Plague Tale' does everything right. It looks and sounds great, the controls are perfect, your player character (Amicia) is genuinely heroic, and the story and characters make you care. I'm not sure why there was so little buzz about this game back in 2019. I only played it when it became free on PS+ and didn't even know, going in, that it is an exploration, action, stealth game. I played for free but it is absolutely worthy of a full price purchase. I look forward to the sequel.


This game was such a surprise! It did not seem like anything I would normally play. It was very linear, conflict was best avoided, and stealth and patience was the dominating methods to completing this. But, this game was just so engrossing. I loved every second and my only gripe is there isn't more to it.


História estava até interessante, mas achei o gameplay tão ruim que não consegui continuar.


This one is all about atmosphere. First two hours were like 'story okay, I like stealthy games but the gameplay held me back a bit'. But I got sucked in, they had really nice ideas and the music as well as the direction hit hard.


Actually played on Ubuntu
The first part is excellent, then it slowly becomes worse. Still not bad, so overall great game. The soundtrack is a banger.
I'm kind of unhappy about this game, because it had so much potential, and it really showed, but then it almost let go. I really hope they improve in the sequel, even though I'm not that hopeful.

I did a 2nd playthrough in french, and it was much more immersive. I kinda liked it a bit more.