A Plague Tale: Innocence trailer arrives in an optimized version on next-gen!

Published by Focus Home Interactive, A Plague Tale: Innocence is an action-infiltration-adventure game released in May 2019 and developed by the Bordeaux studio Asobo. Not perfect but very successful nonetheless, it was able to stand out with an atmosphere, an artistic direction and overall graphics very successful and which have been reworked.

More than two years after its initial release on PC and old-gen consoles, here it is A Plague Tale: Innocence returns in a version optimized for PS5 and Xbox Series today. If it does not work miracles, it remains difficult to sulk his pleasure in the face of a framerate now unlocked at 60 FPS and more with compatible televisions, as well as the ability to play in 4K. A rendering always more pleasing to the eye, and all the more appreciable as the title of Asobo Studio regularly offers quieter phases of the game and conducive to contemplation. If we welcome the use of the vibrations of the DualSense 2 on PS5, we regret that the haptic triggers are not taken into account at all.

But once again it would be a shame to deprive yourself, the next-gen update being free for owners of the game on Xbox One and PS4. For those who would like to embark on the adventure, know that the software is available “for free” thanks to the PlayStation Plus offer on the latest Sony console and that it is available in the Game Pass at 10 euros on the latest Microsoft console. Nintendo Switch owners with a solid internet connection can also rejoice, since the title is released today in cloud version on Nintendo’s hybrid machine, a new version of which will be available in October (see below)!

A Plague Tale: Innocence is therefore now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Nintendo Switch.

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Plague Tale Innocence trailer arrives optimized version nextgen

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