A Plague Tale: Innocence – Overview Gameplay Trailer

A Plague Tale: Innocence – Overview Gameplay Trailer


I won’t ask again. Where is your son? In good hands. Where are we going? Come on, just run as fast as you can. Amicia de Rune and her young brother Hugo set out on a poetic and harrowing journey deep into the dark heart of the plague-ridden, war-torn Kingdom of France. Following an unspeakable tragedy the siblings are forced to abandon their home. We can’t let them catch us! Jump! Pursued by the relentless Inquisition and unending swarms of ravenous rats. Is anyone there? Thrust into a brutal new reality they will confront dangers no child should ever face. Meanwhile, Hugo is afflicted by a mysterious sickness driving Amicia to hunt for a cure. She must do whatever it takes to protect her little brother and survive in this harsh and hostile world. Though bold Amicia is just a child and direct confrontation with her foes is futile. Instead, she will need to use her wits and ingenuity to best the threats that pave her journey. I-I didn’t want to. Amicia! Finally! Hugo is far from just a burden. His innocence and naivety are offset by his courage and he will prove vital in working with Amicia to overcome the obstacles ahead. Balancing light with darkness is critical to their survival. In somes cases Amicia will use this to her own grisly advantage. Though inescapable in their new reality Death is still unfamiliar to the two children and the piling bodies are sure to have an impact on both their young minds. Do you think we are hurting them? Through their journey they will meet those trained in the art of alchemy who will offer alternatives ways to overcome foes or open new paths. It will protect you and it’s pretty too. Oh… alright. Now we can go. Thank you, Hugo. Both the plague and the Hundred Years’ war with England have brought suffering to the lives of all in this decaying kingdom. And over time the siblings will meet others in similarly dire circumstances. These dark times mean they aren’t the only ones forced to adapt. Developing vital skills to survive an uncaring world… And Amicia and Hugo will need all the help they can get.

100 Replies to “A Plague Tale: Innocence – Overview Gameplay Trailer”

  1. I feel like Hugo won’t die but the end. If one of them dies it’ll probably be the older sister.

    If I’m correct or even wrong please don’t spoil it in the reply’s.

  2. If Naughty Dog wasn't probably busy with Last Of Us Part 2 I'd say they should be the ones making this game

  3. This game looks incredible. The story definitely looks interesting. I feel like this game isn’t getting enough attention as it should.

  4. Great story and theme just not enough action for me …can’t go threw a whole game with just a sling shot

  5. Umm… I'm not seeing nearly enough diversity. Where are the people of color and non binary gender types. Seriously wtf biggots.

  6. Wow, I'm actually happy to get an ad of this trailer. Maybe dropping YouTube Red was a good thing. 😅

  7. All I need is some way to fight back. At least a sword. I dont like games that I have to be hidden for most part. But the game looks awesome.

  8. This looks dull. Not much story seems to be involved. If it's literally just a game about finding a cure for a sick boy that's mad. That could be made into a single quest in a modern rpg ffs. To me this just seems like they are trying to sell a product based on there being no men lead roles because the idea men are all evil seems to sell atm. That's just the vibe i'm getting from this trailer anyway

  9. Graphics are amazing, but the game seems boring. Like an extreme watered down version of God of War.

  10. This is an amazing game, definitely one of the best games I've played in a long time. It's one of those games that I'd say is a must have.

  11. one of the most amazing story driven games I've played in years, didn't want it to end because I didn't want to leave these character,t he writing and acting was great! stealth and puzzles aspect was so much fun!!! i just love it this game took me by surprise!!

  12. Basically inspired by God of War but without all the Action Genius Gameplay. But the Game makes a new Style of Gameplqy wich is okay i guess. I will buy it 🙂 God of War really moved the whole Single Player Gaming World

  13. I wish a studio would make a game called the butterfly effect where every choice you make has a different outcome way down the line. Like not the way Detroit becomes human does it. But like quite literally every choice you make. Which path you take, what weapon you choose, how if you don’t talk to someone maybe they die or some crazy shit like that. Like I want dedication and years to develop it

  14. I don’t understand why they have to use a similar branding AND THE SAME TYPOGRAPHY as Assassins creed brand. Be GENUINE ! Good game btw

  15. I didn't like it much but one dialogue js won my heart. It describes the pure innocence. :')
    The kid: Do you think we are hurting them?

  16. We recommend that this game re-release the second one, namely a plague tale innocence 2 or renamed. and there is a new character in this game

  17. Please watch my fanart music video for the game A plague tale to the song SOS from the Portishead: https://youtu.be/Ur0KgLJQYWA

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