With A Plague Tale: Requiem set to release in a few days, Asobo and Focus Entertainment continue to actively communicate about this highly anticipated new game. Amicia and Hugo will return With a new narrative solo adventure in a world inspired by the landscapes of southern France, the developers have rightly warned players about spoilers that can spoil the experience.
This is actually what the Asobo teams explained on Twitter last night. The developers published a small text Maintaining respect between each player And we ask everyone not to spoil the game so that everyone can fully enjoy the single player experience that A Plague Tale: Requiem has to offer.
This second opus promises to be Darker and more mature than ever Still an impressive work on the narrative, but also on the atmosphere of the game, in terms of visual design, sound design and soundtrack. So we can understand game developers who simply expect players to discover their latest project in the best conditions.
The studio also made sure to specify that users who were lucky enough to play the game early will have to wait until the first patch is released to fully immerse themselves in A Plague Tale: Requiem.
Plague Tale Requiem will be available here October 18 on Xbox Series X|S, PC and PS5 and will launch live Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass. You can also download the game now on Xbox Series X.
“The release of Plague Tale: Requiem is just around the corner, and we hope you’re as excited as we are.
For this reason. Please don’t spoil the game so everyone can enjoy the full story of Requiem.
Of course you can talk about it! We ask you all the time. We love seeing you guys discuss the world of Plague Tale and really appreciate the opportunity to interact with you.
Community is important to us, which is why we want you to respect everyone and allow others to have a full gaming experience.
For those who do not want to be spoiled, we advise you to keep silent about certain words, such as “plague tale”, “plague tale”, “Amicia”, “Hugo”, etc.
I’ll see you in a few days!”
— A PlagueTale (@APlagueTale) October 12, 2022