A Plague Tale: Innocence

Asobo Studio and publisher Focus Home Interactive announced today that A Plague Tale: Innocence has gone gold. This means that the game is finalized and ready for its release on May 14. On this date, the game will be out on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. Asobo Studio, though an Indie dev, has developed or helped to develop games such as FUEL, ReCore, Quantum Break, and Ratatouille.

We've already covered the game quite a bit over the past couple of years. You should totally check out that coverage if you want a ton of details, screenshots, and other media. If you'd simply like a little refresher on what this game is about, we've got you covered below.

Digital pre-orders include alternate outfits and coats of arms for the two main characters, Amicia and Hugo. Retail pre-order bonuses do differ by region.


In A Plague Tale: Innocence join Amicia and Hugo on a grim journey out of childhood and into a harsh 14th century reality they are ill-prepared for. Pursued by the mysterious and deadly Inquisition, hiding from the rats and suspicious, angry populace at every turn, while desperately seeking a safe haven - this is their life now and you must lead them to safety, no matter the danger.

About A Plague Tale: Innocence
Developed on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC by Asobo Studio, A Plague Tale: Innocence will offer an adventure supported by an original scenario, with gameplay that blends action, adventure and stealth phases. Follow our protagonists Amicia and her little brother Hugo, both orphans and on the run from the terrifying Inquisition. Our young heroes will also need to survive against an even greater danger: supernatural swarms of rats that appeared with the great plague infecting across cities and countryside.

KEY FEATURES
  • An original story featuring two young orphans on the run from the Inquisition.
  • A gameplay that blends action, adventure and stealth phases.
  • Survive against an great danger: supernatural swarms of rats that appeared with the great plague