Believe it or not, A Plague Tale: Innocence is set to come out in the next two weeks for PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One. As of now, Focus Home Interactive and Asobo Studio are filling fans and gamers alike in on what the alternate 14th-century title has to offer before it drops on May 14th, 2019.
On the surface, A Plague Tale: Innocence sees Amicia and her younger brother Hugo pursued by the Inquisition through villages devastated by the disease and unstoppable swarms of rats. However, two new trailers offer some info on stealth and crafting mechanics.
Firstly, the latest trailer explains that protagonist Amicia and her brother Hugo are not alone in this adventure, other orphans, thieves, alchemists, and more will teach Amicia new skills and provide new tools to hide, escape, and even kill in certain instances.
Moreover, the video shows alternative ways to solve problems through meeting people (like alchemists) that offer items that can be crafted into something useful, and how darkness can be both dangerous and helpful.
Anyway, you can check out the new trailer here thanks to Focus Home Interactive:
And as an addition to A Plague Tale: Innocence’s overview trailer, there is another recent video showing uncut gameplay. The video in question is said (by the devs) to be in the full game, where wits, exploration, and Hugo are essential to staying alive.
You can check out the recent uncut gameplay video of A Plague Tale: Innocence below:
If you are fascinated by this Medieval action-stealth game, do know that May 14th is its due date. In the meantime, the official launch trailer hasn’t dropped yet, so that’s something to look forward to if this game piques your interest.