Asobo Studio recently had the privilege of representing A Plague Tale: Innocence at The Game Awards as a nominee for the best narrative-driven game of the year. Sadly, however, the award was lost to rival ZA/UM with Disco Elysium. In light of this, the French underdog developer has continued to full-throttle progression and establish an online store for fans of the game. This means devoted gamers can now pick up exceptional items that will indeed act as centerpieces to any collectors showcase.
In the newly opened store, Asobo offers beautifully carved resin statues that will draw the eye of any statue hoarder. These also come with a limited edition copy of A Plague Tale: Innocence on the platform of choice plus a collectors box with embellished paintings of Hugo and Amicia. Oh, Asobo has also confirmed that only 500 of these silver editions are available worldwide, too. So, if you’re one of the many Asobo followers that loved A Plague Tale, we suggest you consider picking up one of these incredible pieces for your collection while stock lasts.
You can purchase the limited-edition statue for $221.84. So, while that does technically seem like a lot, it’s still a pretty striking deal that’ll get friends talking. But that’s totally your call. We know we’d buy it.
You can also pick up t-shirts, journals, canvas prints, and vinyl copies of the game soundtrack here. So, what are you waiting for? You can swing by the Asobo handle now and take a look for yourself. You can also check in on the team and follow their quest to revive the classic Microsoft Flight Simulator over on their Facebook page.
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