New Plague Tale Game May Be Unveiled Early

Asobo Studio, the developer behind both A Plague Story and Microsoft Flight Simulator, is looking for a Senior Game Designer to work on an unannounced project. Hypothetically, this project could be for anything, but the job description title is literally “Senior Game Designer (A Plague Story)” and the opening states the position is for the A Plague Story team. In other words, it is for A Plague Storyand presumably a new and third game in the series.

‘For a future production we are looking for a Game Designer to join the team behind’A Plague Tale: Requiem‘ from the pre-production phase,” reads the vacancy, which also states that it would be preferable if candidates had played A plague story: innocence and the recent sequel A Plague Tale: Requiem.

Again, there is nothing in the vacancy that confirms another A Plague Story game is in the works, but everything points towards this conclusion, and it makes sense; the series has been critically acclaimed as well as one of the bestsellers from publisher Focus Home Interactive.

If this is the third game in the series, and it’s now in pre-production, it should be out sometime around 2025, or at least that’s what the development length of past entries suggests.

At the time of publication, Asobo Studio has not commented on the vacancy and the speculation it has created. If this changes, we’ll update the story accordingly. In the meantime, be sure to check out our review for A Plague Tale: Requiem to find out why you should play it.

A Plague Tale: Requiem is a very strong sequel from developer Asobo Studio,” reads the opening of our review. “When the original A plague story: innocence Launched in 2019, it surprised a lot of people (myself included) simply because of the extent to which the action-adventure title flew under the radar prior to its release. With higher expectations for RequiemMy biggest fear for the sequel is that Asobo might not surprise me the same way the second time around. Fortunately, this has turned out to be a wrong assumption.”

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