A Plague Tale: Requiem, the sequel to A Plague Tale: Innocence, which was announced in 2021 and is set to release at some point in 2022 will be getting a playable demo released at Tribeca’s Film Festival. The gaming portion of the event starts on June 11th and runs until the 19th. While it would be great if you could be there in person, the good news is that you can still experience it at home if you purchase a ticket.
While all of the details are unknown on how this will work for people wanting to play at home, we can base some conclusions on last year’s event. It looks like you will need to purchase an at home ticket and sign up with your email address. Once your ticket goes live, you will be sent an email where you can select the demo you want to experience along with a time slot. You will then need to have Parsec installed on your PC, and you should then receive an email with a playable link to the game 30 minutes prior to your time slot.
Based on the tickets available, my assumption would be you will need to purchase the “At Home Festival Pass” to get access to the demo, which is $150 USD. You also get access to all of the other virtual content, including features and short films.
This isn’t the only game that will feature a demo, you can also try American Arcadia, As Dusk Falls, Cuphead – The Delicious Last Course, Immortality, Oxenfree II: Lost Signals, The Cub, Thirsty Suitors, and Venba.
If you haven’t seen A Plague Tale: Requiem in action, you can check out the gameplay trailer:
A Plague Tale: Requiem will be available for PC on Steam, Epic Game Store, and via the Xbox Game Pass. The game will also be released on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and on the Nintendo Switch.