Xbox Game Studios and Asobo Studio have released the official PC specs for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. Although the game will land on PC sometime this year, the sim will also be available for the Xbox family of consoles after the game hits the former platform.
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Are you in search of cheat trainers? Specifically for A Plague Tale: Innocence? If so, a handful of trainers are up for download and bring game-changing abilities front and center. Focus Home Interactive and Asobo Studio’s A Plague Tale: Innocence is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Cheats Bring Infinite Items And Unlimited Torchlight”
Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive’s A Plague Tale: Innocence was one of the few AA games that gamers have been looking forward to this spring. Visually it’s a captivating looking title despite its moderate eight hour length, but the mixture of stealth, cinematics, puzzle-solving, and light combat has made it an endearing pick among gamers looking for something slightly different from the rest of the generic AAA fodder that releases every quarter. Gamers interested in learning about the gameplay and solving some of the puzzles can check out a gameplay walkthrough guide to help them along the way. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Gameplay Walkthrough”
Asobo and Focus Home Interactive released a new trailer for A Plague Tale: Innocence called “Monsters”. It focuses on the less-than-scrupulous members of the Inquisition doing the mysterious bidding of Vitalis, the head of the local chapter in France. The comment section on YouTube is calling one of the main villains, Lord Nicholas, the “Medieval Boba Fett”. He’s the Inquisition’s attack dog and seems to fulfill the role of a ruthless bounty hunter on the prowl. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence’s “Monsters” Trailer Highlights The Inquisition’s Ruthless Hunter”
Believe it or not, A Plague Tale: Innocence is set to come out in the next two weeks for PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One. As of now, Focus Home Interactive and Asobo Studio are filling fans and gamers alike in on what the alternate 14th-century title has to offer before it drops on May 14th, 2019. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Gains An Overview Trailer And 8 Minutes Of Gameplay”
A Plague Tale: Innocence is the upcoming works of Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive, a title slated to debut next month across PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The former platform, however, requires PC users to have 50GB of storage space free when the action-adventure medieval game drops May 14th, 2019.
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Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive dropped a 22 minute gameplay video for the upcoming third-person, stealth thriller, A Plague Tale: Innocence. The demonstration came out a couple of weeks ago but it was in French, and not many people saw it. However, if you were interested in in what the long form gameplay is like beyond the snippets and clips that we see in the trailers, you might want to check out the near half-hour video. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence 22 Minute Gameplay Video Covers Crafting, Tandem Puzzles, And Stealth”
Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive’s A Plague Tale: Innocence story trailer dropped in preparation for its May 14th release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Gamers finally get a clear understanding of how the noble kids ended up on the run, why the Inquisition is after them, and the struggles of trying to survive while flesh-eating rats swarm across France. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Trailer Outlines Why The Kids Are On The Run From The Rats”
The third episode in the three-part web series covering the development of Absobo Studio’s upcoming A Plague Tale: Innocence has released, which gives a bit more insight into the rats, the role the Inquisition plays in relation to the plague, and how they work as antagonists against the orphans trying to flee the war, escape the plague, and avoid capture. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Dev Video Outlines The Inquisition’s Role In Dealing With Flesh-Eating Rats”
Focus Home Interactive and Asobo Studio released a new developer diary for A Plague Tale, covering the game’s development and further info about what players can expect from the upcoming title. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Borrowed Inspiration From Baroque Art, 14th Century French Architecture”
During this year’s GamesCom Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive rolled out a 16-minute gameplay demonstration for the stealth-horror game, A Plague Tale: Innocence. The adventure set during the 14th century France in a countryside overrun with a deadly plague and thousands of flesh-eating rats, sees a girl named Amicia and her young brother Hugo attempting to traverse through the dead bodies, the rats, and deadly soldiers from the French and English soldiers in order to find some relatively safe ground in order to survive. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence GamesCom Video Demo Covers Stealth, Dead Horses, And Lots Of Rats”
Asobo Studio’s A Plague Tale: Innocence is probably one of the most original games in development at the moment, alongside Death Stranding. It’s a stealth-survival game set during the 14th century France, and some new gameplay details have emerged along with a 2018 gameplay trailer. Continue reading “A Plague Tale: Innocence Features 5,000 Rats Onscreen, Borrows Elements From Ico”
Focus Home Interactive has really been stepping up their game in the mid-budget single A and double A space. The company has been behind some of the more recent noteworthy games to land on the market, such as The Surge and Sherlock Holmes. Their most recent game is A Plague Tale: Innocence, and it made its debut during this year’s E3. Continue reading “E3 2017: A Plague Tale: Innocence Sees Players Escaping From A Horde Of Killer Rats”