A Plague Tale: Innocence is up for trying at no cost and no download time which may be an interesting proposition if someone was on the fence about giving the game a shot.
Focus Entertainment announced that their well-received adventure game, A Plague Tale: Innocence, is now available for trial without having to pay anything.
In order to give it a shot, you will need to visit the Focus Entertainment store and check the Plague Tale cloud demo page . After an age verification check, you will be able to try the game out without paying or downloading.
The latter was made possible due to the partnership between Focus and Gamestream so the players can just utilise the cloud and get right into the demo without waiting for the download to complete.
Those who do try it out will be able to play in a time-limited session of up to 50 minutes throughout the first chapter. The offer will end on January 9, 2022, meaning there is still plenty of time to play the demo, especially because you can start playing it at any given moment.
Besides foregoing the need to download, cloud gaming also means you won't have to worry about meeting the system requirements, although they weren't high in the first place. On the flip side, you are likely to encounter input lag, especially if your connection isn't that fast.
One of the reasons this promotion is happening is undoubtedly the upcoming sequel, A Plague Tale: Requiem, is coming in 2022 so a trial for the first game stands a decent chance of attracting more players ahead of the new release.