As if running away from killer rats isn’t enough, soon fans of A Plague Tale: Innocence will be able to take a picture of them in the game’s photo mode.
The game itself is a breathtaking masterpiece. The art and graphics paint a picture of the French countryside and look like a Gothic work of art played out on screen. So, including a photo mode is a wonderful way for fans to showcase the world designed by Asobo Studio.
The announcement came from A Plague Tale’s Creative Director, David Dedeine, on social media. In a video post, he says the photo mode will be available at the end of the month.
Everyone in our mentions since we announced the new photo mode. pic.twitter.com/iVDmBSKUWX
— A Plague Tale (@APlagueTale) June 15, 2019
The studio constantly interacts with the community on social media. They retweet fan art, chat about what fans enjoy most about the game, and are excited about the response so far. The new Photo Mode will be another way for the development team to gain feedback and see what amazing pictures fans can create.
Dedeine also announced the soundtrack, composed by Olivier Deriviere, will be available as a vinyl in the future. It’s already available to download and includes 26 tracks featuring discorded violins, tranquil strings, and heart-pounding tension.
A magnificent statue of Amicia and Hugo will be coming out as well.
The development team also recently added Japanese voice and subtitles to the game.
Thank you so much for your love and support! Our Creative Director David has some interesting news for you 😉. Did someone say "photo mode"? pic.twitter.com/zDx0K4DTT5
— A Plague Tale (@APlagueTale) June 13, 2019
No details were released on what is to be expected from the new mode. If it’s anything like the Photo Mode in Shadow of the Tomb Raider, then it will be a wonderful addition for sure. I can’t wait to travel with the siblings again and see the world from a different point of view.
While it isn’t clear when exactly A Plague Tale: Innocence’s Photo Mode will go live, the moment it does, there will be numerous pictures of the de Rune children, rats, and Inquisition soldiers flooding the Asobo Studio Twitter feed.
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