A Plague Tale: Innocence will be a TV series

Beautiful horror adventure game A Plague Tale: Innocence is being adapted as a TV series, to be filmed in France. The game follows the story of two brothers in a 14th century France ravaged by the black death… and an unnatural horde of rats carrying it around. The game was praised for its cinematic style and creative gameplay at launch, although this gameplay had a little obsolete at the end.

The news was first reported by the French publication allocine.

French director Mathieu Turi is attached to direct the series. Turi has made horror films Hostile and Meander. Turi says he was “honored to work on the adaptation” and “can’t wait to bring Amicia and Hugo’s journey to the screen!”

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There is still no production schedule or cast for A Plague Tale. I’m sure some would criticize it, but I also think the decision to make the series natively in France is a good one. I’m a sucker for a good period piece in the right setup.

Plague Tale is now a series, that is, with a sequel A Plague Tale: Requiem announced last year for release this year in 2022. Cheers to more rat tsunamis. You might think I’m exaggerating, but I absolutely am not, just watch the trailer:

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