A Plague Tale: Innocence Receives 16 Minutes of Uncut Gameplay

A Plague Tale: Innocence, by Asobo Studio for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, unleashes its hordes of rats in 16 minute-long, uncut gameplay video.

on August 23, 2018 6:43 AM

A Plague Tale: Innocence from developer Asobo Studio and publisher Focus Home Interactive, has released a swarm of rats upon us in their new gameplay footage, lucky us! The title was formally announced in January 2017 from the developers, who draw experience from working on games like Quantum Break and The Crew.

During the gameplay sequence, you follow orphaned siblings Amicia and Hugo through a small segment of the game’s chapters. It’s 1349 and you witness the site of a merciless conflict going on between the troops of France and England, which will be known as the Hundred Years’ War. Now, onto the rats… they ravage whatever is in their path, whether it be men, women, children or other animals, to appease their insatiable appetite. With the ever-growing number of piled up corpses and the mob of hungry rats getting closer, it seems that Amicia’s flame is the only thing that holds off the rats, but for how long?

A cinematic E3 trailer had been unveiled for A Plague Tale: Innocence back in June, which showed us a war zone scattered with decaying corpses, and yes, more rats!

A Plague Tale: Innocence is set to release in 2019 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Check out more about the game and why it isn’t coming to the Nintendo Switch, plus some screenshots. You can watch the rats in all their glory, plus more, in the uncut gameplay video below as well as some screenshots for your viewing pleasure.

Rachael, who is from Ireland, has been gaming for over 25 years. First exploring the gaming universe with a Nintendo Game & Watch as a young child, and following that through with ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Atari. Nowadays you can find her playing on the Switch, PS4 or Xbox One. She's a huge lover of Naughty Dog, declaring The Last Of Us to be her favorite in recent times. When not gaming, she enjoys playing the guitar, nature, reading and going on mindless adventures.