A Plague Tale Requiem

A Plague Tale: Requiem will get a 40-minute playable PC demo on June 11th

Tribeca has announced that there will be a 40-minute playable PC demo of A Plague Tale: Requiem at Tribeca Games Festival on June 11th. As such, PC gamers will be able to get a taste of this upcoming highly anticipated game prior to its official release.

PC gamers will need an Xbox controller, and will have to book a timeslot once the tickets go live on May 2nd.

These demos will be available to the public through the streaming service Parsec. Once the tickets open on May 2nd, PC gamers will have to book a timeslot. Then, they will have to sign up to Parsec with the email they booked the demo with and download the app onto their PC.

From what we know, these tickets will be free so you won’t have to pay in order to participate. Additionally, you’ll need a pretty stable Internet connection as Tribeca will be streaming this demo.

Alongside A Plague Tale: Requiem, PC gamers will also be able to test the following games.

  • American Arcadia
  • As Dusk Falls
  • Cuphead – The Delicious Last Course
  • Immortality
  • Oxenfree II: Lost Signals
  • The Cub
  • Thirsty Suitors
  • Venba

Tribeca Games Festival will begin on June 11th and will last until June 19th!

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