Adventure game A Plague Tale: Innocence is getting an official TV series. Frenchman Mathieu Toure will direct the series. He previously worked as an assistant director with Quentin Tarrantino on Inglourious Basterds. A release date for the series has not been announced yet.
The A Plague Tale: Innocence writes that it will have the same main characters as the original game Tori on Twitter† The game’s publisher, Focus Entertainment, is also involved in producing the show. It is not clear whether the series will actually follow the same game story, whether or not it includes the game’s story Next sequel Mass†
The series should focus on the game’s French origins; The developer Asobo Studio is based in Bordeaux, France, and the game was set in the country during the Middle Ages. “It is very important that our works show French talent [van A Plague Tale] They had the opportunity to sell their story to parties in the United States, but they preferred to work with the French people. “I want to give them back that confidence,” said Fabrice Renault. AlloCine vs† He is the president of the French production company Merlin Productions.
A Plague Tale: Innocence is set during the Hundred Years’ War between France and England, which was fought in present-day France. The main characters are Amecia and her little brother Hugo trying to survive the war and the outbreak of the plague. The story of the game was among other things Popular by Tweakers for emotional depth. This is likely the basis for the series.
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