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Watch This - SURPRISE: Sean Bean Does NOT Die at the End
Steve Farrelly
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Sydney, New South Wales
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In celebration of the release of A Plague Tale: Innocence, developer Asobo Studio has teamed up with the brilliant Sean Bean to present a trailer highlight where, in conjunction with gameplay footage, the notoriously 'always dead at the end' actor, reads out "The Little Boy Lost", a poem by William Blake.

Having played all the way through the game, it's a fitting marketing exercise, but as you'll read in our in-depth review, the game itself just needed a bit more than the parameters of a poem to elevate it to the next level.

Watch the new trailer embedded below.

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Sean Bean Does NOT Die at the End
So sick of these unrealistic games coming out!
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