Another game joins a growing list of games that are being adapted for television. A Plague Tale: An Innocence-based show is in the works by Asobo Studios, joining The Last of Us and Twisted Metal.
As seen by Eurogamer, French website Allocine reports that American production studios interested in the project have been turned down, keeping it close to Asobo Bordeaux’s hometown with Merlin Productions. Although director Mathieu Turi (who was an assistant director at Inglourious Basterds) is working on the series, details of the cast, production schedule, and where you can watch the series have not yet been revealed.
A Plague Tale: Innocence has all the right ingredients for a good TV series, including atmosphere, compelling setting, and solid premise. In a secret and puzzling adventure, Amicia de Rune and her brother Hugo escape the soldiers and rats of the French Inquisition that spread the Black Death in 14th-century France. The sequel to the popular series A Plague Tale: Requiem is expected to be released this year.