Following the launch of A Plague Tale: Innocence, Focus Home Interactive and Asobo Studio released a video of Sean Bean reading The Little Boy Lost.
Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive released A Plague Tale: Innocence for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on Tuesday. It received generally positive reviews, DualShockers included, and Focus Home followed up its release today with a chilling video featuring Sean Bean.
Over the course of the video, Sean Bean reads William Blake’s poem The Little Boy Lost. That poem’s themes match up quite well with A Plague Tale: Innocence, a game about a pair of siblings trying to survive the plague, deadly rats, and the Inquisition as the world. In fact, some gameplay from A Plague Tale is even spliced in for extra impact if this point was not clear already.
Sean Bean is often the source of many jokes as he has a habit of dying in many of his majors roles. This stigma about him got to the point where IO Interactive and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment got him to be the first elusive target for 2018’s Hitman 2. Still, this video highlights the serious gravitas Sean Bean can have as an acting in things like Game of Thrones. Without him, this video would be much left impactful.
You can check out this new Sean Bean video below. A Plague Tale: Innocence is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One and can be picked up on Amazon.
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