Time to spare at home? It might be time to discover the latest video games from France. Here are a few picks for you to enjoy

A Plague Tale Innocence
Asobo studio – Publisher Focus Home Interactive

Follow Amicia and Hugo in their dark medieval tale. Hunted down by the Inquisition and cornered by hordes of rats, the two young characters will learn to depend on each other. Overwhelmed by adversity, they will have to fight to survive and find their places in this cruel world. A truly unique experience.

Available on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC

Night Call
Studio Monkeymoon

Night Call is a murder mystery noire game set in modern-day Paris, under threat from an unknown serial killer. You are a taxi driver, working hard to earn enough to pay your bills while secretly aiding the investigation by doing what you do best: getting people to talk in the little time that you have their attention. Can you solve the mystery before it’s too late? Better hurry – both the clock and the meter are running.

Available on PC, Mac, Linux and smartphones

Un pas si fragile
Studio Opal Games

Follow the journey of Camille, a frog who dreams of becoming a ballet dancer. Discover this independent game set as an interactive story and enjoy the wonderful penciled style graphics.

Available on PC and smartphones

Life is Strange 2
DontNod Entertainment – Publisher Square Enix

Two brothers, Sean (16) and Daniel Diaz (9), live a fairly normal life in Seattle, Washington state. Following a tragic event, their lives are forever changed. Now on the run from the police and threatened with both separation and incarceration, Sean decides to take his younger brother and seek a better life in their family’s home town of Puerto Lobos, Mexico. The brothers will face all manner of challenges as they bravely undertake a journey that will test the bonds of brotherhood. This game represents as much of a journey to us as it does to our heroes Sean and Daniel, and we can’t wait to embark on it with you.
And for those who have not discover, we also highly recommend Life is Strange the first iteration of the series.

Available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Mac, Linux and PC