About 100 thousand copies sold in the first month of release — A Plague Tale: Requiem launched on Steam

About 100 thousand copies sold in the first month of release — A Plague Tale: Requiem launched on Steam

The release of the new adventure game A Plague Tale: Requiem from developer Asobo Studio on the Steam platform took place on October 17, 2022. The project was published by Focus Entertainment.

The game tells the story of brother and sister, Amicia and Hugo de Run, who travel to the south of France in search of a cure for Hugo de Run's blood disease. On this difficult path, they will have to escape from the soldiers of the Inquisition and run away from packs of rats that spread the plague.

During the first month of release, A Plague Tale Requiem sales on Steam amounted to almost $5 million, according to GameSensor's estimations. As for the number of A Plague Tale: Requiem copies sold, during the same time, about 100 thousand users purchased the novelty on the platform.

A Plague Tale Requiem on PC received positive reviews from players on the aggregator website Metacritic: 8.2 points out of 10. Critics on the same site gave the game 82 points out of 100 possible. The rating of the novelty on Steam is 4.5 stars out of 5.

A Plague Tale: Requiem is the sequel to A Plague Tale: Innocence, which was also developed by Asobo Studio. If both parts of A Plague Tale are compared with each other, then for the first month of the release date on Steam, A Plague Tale: Requiem revenue almost doubled the sale of A Plague Tale: Innocence for the same time.

Almost 40% of players who have installed A Plague Tale: Requiem on Steam are English-speaking. 20% of the audience speaks Chinese and about 13% — Russian. The rest of the users talk in German, French, and other languages.

A Plague Tale: Requiem is available on PC and the following consoles:

  • Nintendo Switch;
  • PlayStation 5;
  • Xbox Series X/S.

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