Word of the director Kevin Choteau.
A Plague Tale: Innocence is about to be published this month and in this period we managed to get a taste of the ruthless world of play thanks to an eight-minute movie.
Recently, through Well Played, the director Kevin Choteau spoke about the studio's ambitions regarding the narrative sector. Choteau explained how the studio wanted to create a story by focusing on medieval folklore, but transforming it into a modern story, with its own morals. The director revealed that the developers were influenced by games like Naughty Dog's Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.
“We wanted to tell a story that had some sort of moral in the end, just like old popular legends did“said Choteau.”Many of those stories come from the 14th century: this period is very important for medieval history, the Hundred Years War between the Plantagenets and Valois, the inquisition that governs daily life and the arrival of the Death Star. It was an opportunity for us to confront today's children with one of the most extreme situations that humanity has had to face“.
We remind you that A Plague Tale: Innocence will be available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 starting from May 14th.