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A Plague Tale: Requiem Gets October Release Date And 10-Minute Gameplay Demo

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<p>A Plague Tale: Requiem finally arrives on October 18, Focus Entertainment announced today during a special broadcast. The release confirmation comes alongside an extended gameplay showing that follows Amicia and Hugo as they attempt to escape&nbsp;an enemy-laden quarry.</p>

<p>You can watch the new demo below to get an in-game look at a slice of the game’s story, as the siblings are pursued by soldiers. This leads to a good showing of the game’s stealth as the pair sneak around the quarry. Amicia also gets her hands dirty taking out enemies in a showcase of the game’s action.&nbsp;</p>

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<p>Additionally, a video showcasing the game’s previously announced $189.99&nbsp;<a href=”https://www.gameinformer.com/2022/02/23/a-plague-tale-requiem-gets-a-fancy-and-rat-free-collectors-edition”>Collector’s Editon</a> provides up-close looks at the Amicia and Hugo resin statue.&nbsp;</p>

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<p>A Plague Tale: Requiem will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. It will also be playable on Switch via cloud streaming.</p>


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