Game news A Plague Tale: Innocence is getting a 4K facelift for Xbox Series X and PS5 in early July
After a well-attended conference during E3 2021, Microsoft didn’t seem to want to cut itself off from the limelight and announced an E3 Xbox Showcase: Extended Event. The manufacturer just made an announcement about a specific A Plague Tale: Innocence.
Now it is official: A Plague Tale: Innocence will be a facelift in a few weeks, more precisely on July 6th, for the Xbox Series X | S, PS5 and Switch optimized version (in cloud version) received.
This update allows owners of the game to play it in the best possible conditions with a 4K 60 FPS resolution
As a reminder, A Plague Tale: Innocence, released in May 2019, tells us the story of Amicia, a young girl who has to come to the aid of her brother so that both can escape the Inquisition in a France that was plunged into the black death hell in the 13th century.
A sequel called A Plague Tale: Requiem was recently released for Xbox Series X | S, PS5, Nintendo Switch (in cloud version) and PC announced in 2022. This update is therefore the perfect opportunity to try out the title in anticipation of the second part developed by Asobo. You can find the test here in our columns.
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