The upcoming A Plague Tale: Requiem game has an awesome-looking Collector’s Edition available for pre-order right now. I want it! I want it so bad!
Serving as the sequel to the very fun (and critically acclaimed) game A Plague Tale: Innocence by Asobo Studio, A Plague Tale: Requiem doesn’t have a release date yet. But the fandom is very excited.
The Collector’s Edition is available exclusively on the Focus Entertainment Store. Along with an impressive statue of the main characters Amicia and Hugo, the Collector’s Edition also features in-game content for fans to enjoy.
The resin statue is supposed to be 21cm/8in tall. Both characters are wearing their main outfits from the upcoming game.
As for the rest of the stuff, there’s a bird feather metallic brooch, inspired by the bird feathers Hugo wears in-game. Fans will also get a 45 RPM vinyl of the game’s soundtrack composed by Olivier Derivière. There are 3 amazing A4 lithographs of exclusive artwork. The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series versions will be delivered as a physical box featuring an alternative cover that’s a Focus Entertainment Store exclusive. The PC versions will be delivered as a digital Steam activation key.
Coming to the in-game content, you will gain access to ‘The Protector Pack’ which has the Red Damsel Crossbow Skin, Bonus Crafting Material, and 13 Exclusive Cosmetics For Amicia.
The pre-order cost for the Collector’s Edition is $189.99. And yes, even though I’m looking forward to playing A Plague Tale: Requiem, the cost is a bit high for me. But if you still want the Collector’s Edition, you can purchase it right now from here.
Talking about what to expect from the upcoming game, players will need to lead Amicia and Hugo as they travel far south to new regions. The narrative will have the two trying to build a new life and trying to control Hugo’s curse. However, things will grow worse when Hugo’s powers reawaken, with death and destruction returning in a flood of devouring rats. The siblings will look toward a prophesized island that may hold the key to saving Hugo.
A Plague Tale: Innocence came out in 2019. Set In 1348 during the Hundred Years’ War, the single-player survival game was met with positive reviews from players and critics, going on to win numerous awards. Even though I’m not the biggest fan of stealth-like games, I enjoyed playing A Plague Tale: Innocence. The gameplay was quite intense, with a young Amicia having to face enemies that could kill her quickly. The puzzles were fun and I liked seeing Hugo’s development and getting to learn more about his powers.
Judging from the gameplay reveal trailer above, improvements have been made to the overall gameplay for the sequel, and I’m here for it. Amicia can fight back more effectively now! Yay! Also, the graphics look good.
As for Asobo Studio, it is a French video game development company based in Bordeaux, France. It was founded back in 2002 and has developed more than 20 video games for both consoles and PC. You can learn more about Asobo Studio by following the team on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and visiting the official website.
Are you a fan of the A Plague Tale franchise? What are your thoughts about the Collector’s Edition?
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(via press release)
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