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A Plague Tale: Innocence

Sean Bean reads William Blake for A Plague Tale's launch

The actor reads The Little Boy Lost to mark the release of Asobo Studio's game this week, putting us in the shoes of Amicia and Hugo.

Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive's A Plague Tale: Innocence has just been released this week on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and to celebrate the release we have a new trailer featuring none other than actor Sean Bean, who narrates us William Blake's poem The Little Boy Lost.

This is appropriate considering Amicia's journey with her younger brother Hugo, who both have to travel through a bleak and hostile world to survive. Childhood innocence and loss is something that Blake's poetry references, and this certainly applies to this pair.

You can watch the video below, but you can also check out our livestream replay from earlier this week if you're interested in the game, as well as our review.

If you just can't get enough Sean Bean you might also be interested to hear that he has returned as an elusive target in Hitman 2 until early June.

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A Plague Tale: InnocenceScore

A Plague Tale: Innocence

REVIEW. Written by Mike Holmes

"There are areas where Asobo can look to make improvements in the future, but the studio has delivered an engaging adventure that we thoroughly enjoyed despite its flaws."



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