A Plague Tale: Requiem will have an exclusive PC demo to play before its release
Very few times have we been in front of a game that has completely broken all expectations and from an almost unknown studio until now. Asobo Studiothe French development team, had only developed video games that sought to adapt certain well-known franchises such as toy story either Up.
Shortly before launching A Plague Tale: Innocence, the French studio collaborated with Ubisoft and Microsoft on small adventures or ports like The Crew 2 for PC, but it was with this sorority adventure and rats, many rats, with whom he won our hearts and a prominent place in the recent scene. A Plague Tale: Requiem is a statement of intent, one that will presumably arrive this year after Microsoft’s collaboration agreement, but that will let us test its medieval uchrony from home next 11th of June.
The French studio has announced its participation in the Tribeca Film Festival, a New York film festival that has had no problem embracing and serving as a showcase for various games such as the Quantic Dream adventure Beyond: Two Souls. This particular advertising and love of cinema space will let us try a demo of nothing less than 40 minutes from A Plague Tale: Requiem via streaming.
To do so, we will only have to go to the page of the service of streaming Parsec and sEsports Extrasup in order to get one of the tickets on the day May 2 to be able to access the game in June. At the moment, we don’t know if it will have an additional price, but it seems that the Tribeca festival is looking to offer as much access as possible for all interested players, so everything seems to indicate what will it be free.
Of course, the organization adds that we must have a good connection Internet since we are not talking about dedicated servers for this information transfer, as well as a xbox controller —although we assume that a control with the DS4 Tools software will do— to make it work. This demo of A Plague Tale: Requiem will not be available for keyboard and mouse play.