Following the announcement of a sequel last week at E3, we’ve now got the news that A Plague: Tale Innocence will be coming to next-gen consoles in July.
With A Plague Tale: Requiem revealed as a sequel coming in 2022, there’s no better time to replay A Plague Tale: Innocence. Or jump into it for the first time if you’ve somehow missed it. And from 6th July, you’ll be able to play the game with a better experience than ever before: it’s making its way to PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
On PS5 and Xbox Series X, A Plague Tale: Innocence will support 4K resolutions, 60 FPS and 3D audio. This was already a fantastic-looking game on last-gen hardware, so we’re excited to jump back in with even higher fidelity.
The game will also be making its way to Nintendo Switch for the first time on the same date. It’ll be available via the cloud, so Switch players can stream the game providing they have a decent internet connection.
If you’re yet to play A Plague Tale: Innocence, you’re in for a treat. We reviewed it back in May 2019, and here’s what we had to say:
“In the age of endless distractions, few games have kept me as engrossed as A Plague Tale: Innocence did, its 10-or-so hour runtime never outstaying its welcome. […]
[…] A Plague Tale: Innocence‘s combination of gripping storytelling, excellent characterisation and varied gameplay, all tied together in a package with outstanding audiovisual design, makes for an experience you won’t forget in a hurry.”
If you already own the game on PS4 or Xbox One, you’ll be entitled to a free update to the respective next-gen console. Give the new trailer a watch below.