A Plague Tale: Requiem
To get us ready for A Plague Tale: Requiem to launch, we have a new take on the A Plague Tale main theme
With the launch of A Plague Tale: Requiem, we need to get ready to have a flood of things to come at us to help promote the game. We might get some new gameplay to see for the game, but it looks like Asobo Studio is keeping things a little under wraps for now so we are better surprised on October 18th. That is why we have a new listen to the main theme for A Plague Tale: Requiem to get us all ready for that launch and to hear it playing multiple times over on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, and PC. Unless it is only played during the opening and title screen of the game. We will get to know here in a short time, I guess…
We are saying it is a form of the theme of A Plague Tale: Requiem, as this is a version that is covered by Lindsey Stirling and her violin skills out there. It is a bit of a niche thing for some out there, but it does feel like it fits the setting of the game. Not only in the style of the music but in the style of the setting of the video too. It makes sense given that it is here to help promote A Plague Tale: Requiem, but worth noting. Have a look and a listen as we wait out the last week that we have until we can all finally get to play the game out there. It is worth the few minutes it will take you to sit back and have the enjoyment that we can here.
A Plague Tale: Requiem — Lindsey Stirling (Cover)
To celebrate the upcoming release of A Plague Tale: Requiem as well as Olivier Deriviere’s outstanding talent, we invited the mesmerizing Lindsey Stirling to cover the game’s main theme on the violin.
Sit down, get yourself a cup of tea, and enjoy her poignant performance! 🎻
A Plague Tale: Requiem releases on October 18 on Xbox Series X|S, PS5, Nintendo Switch (Cloud Version), and PC.
Did you enjoy what you had to hear here for A Plague Tale: Requiem or is it something that does not matter to you? Will there be a way to hear this version in the game or will it only stick to the promotional side of things out here? Is this something you normally like to see in the mix of things or is this the kind of thing you ignore until the game fully drops out there? Tell us what you think down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you so wish. If we have anything more to share for A Plague Tale: Requiem, we will share it all here. Please keep checking in for all of that and everything else that we have to offer up.