The much-anticipated A Plague Tale: Innocence by Asobo Studio has already impressed many journalists who were able to play the early hours of the game. While the game will release in just a few weeks on May 14, Focus Home Interactive and Asobo Studio are happy to announce they will work together again on an upcoming production that will benefit from the creativity, the passion, and all the artistic talent of an experienced studio that worked on high-profile projects such as The Crew, Quantum Break, and Recore.

“Focus Home Interactive is very proud to count Asobo, an incredibly talented French development studio, among its continuing partners. It is impressive to see what the studio is achieving with A Plague Tale – their very first in-house project. They have all the talent and creativity to build moving, entertaining, and emotional experiences, and we will continue giving them all our support to let them imagine and create amazing games in the future” said John Bert, COO of Focus Home Interactive.

“During our first collaboration on A Plague Tale: Innocence, we forged a strong relationship with Focus Home Interactive, based on shared values of commitment, and a perpetual search for quality and originality. Today, we’re excited to continue this pioneering partnership with Focus on our new creation, which will take players out on a journey to a land of adventure” declared David Dedeine, CCO and Co-founder of Asobo Studio.

About Asobo Studio

Asobo Studio is a French video game development company based in Bordeaux, France, founded in 2002 and 100% independent. The studio has developed 20 video games so far for both consoles and PC (Pixar’s Ratatouille, critically acclaimed Guinness World Record winner FUEL, Monopoly Plus…) and recently brought support to AAA development (Quantum Break, ReCore, The Crew2…). Asobo Studio includes some of the most prestigious worldwide publishers among its partners such as Disney•Pixar, Codemasters, Ubisoft, Microsoft, Focus Home Interactive… The team also created 3 out of the 7 launch titles for Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition: our holographic games and application (Fragments, Young Conker & HoloTour) are now available on the Windows store for all HoloLens owners. The studio currently employs about 160 full-time developers. In continuation of the creative partnership with Microsoft, Asobo Studio is also working on original video game IPs, from which A Plague Tale: Innocence, as well as other unannounced projects.
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John Guilfoil is the editor-in-chief of Blast: Boston's Online Magazine and the Blast Magazine Network. He can be reached at [email protected]. Tweet @johnguilfoil.

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