New narrative elements revealed in this new story focused trailer.
A Plague Tale: Requiem

Asobo Studio and Focus Entertainment just revealed a brand-spanking-new trailer for A Plague Tale: Requiem today. This new trailer shares with you some new narrative elements from the game, so maybe don't watch this if you want to go into the game completely blind. In fact, maybe don't read the rest of this news story either considering there will be text that talks about the content in the trailer below. There are some non-spoiler bits of news below the trailer and quote, so feel free to scroll down a bit for that information.

You have been warned!

As Amicia and Hugo set out to find a mysterious island in the hope of ending the curse which runs through Hugo’s blood, they find themselves having to rely on the help of the people they meet. Walking into foreign territory, the young de Runes are unlikely to make it alone… but how much trust can they place in strangers? The answer seems as uncertain as the island is beautiful and terrifying.
In non-spoiler news, A Plague Tale: Requiem will make use of Nvidia RTX technologies, including the use of ray tracing. Not only will the game feature ray tracing, but it will also utilize Nvidia's new DLSS 3 technology that will be exclusive to the new 4000 series of GPUs. Don't worry if you don't have a spare body part to sell, DLSS 2 will also be supported in the game.

A special RTX focused trailer can be seen below.

A Plague Tale: Requiem will be released on October 18 for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, PC, and via the cloud for the Nintendo Switch. It'll also be available day one for Game Pass subscribers. You can pre-purchase the game now from your preferred platform's storefront or from the Focus Entertainment Store.