El Paso, Elsewhere headed elsewhere

Nighthawk Interactive
El Paso, Elsewhere is coming to PlayStation 5 on September 6th.

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From Nighthawk Interactive:
El Paso, Elsewhere

El Paso, Elsewhere captured the hearts of critics and gamers around the globe with the cinematic game’s nostalgic 2000s-era graphics, gunslinging gameplay and deeply emotional narrative. Available now for pre-order at all major retailers, PlayStation gamers can pick up a special physical edition that comes with an exclusive poster and a digital copy of the original soundtrack.

Created by Strange Scaffold and published by Nighthawk Interactive, El Paso, Elsewhere is a Max Payne-inspired third-person shooter featuring high stakes gun fights, supernatural monsters, unique slow-motion gameplay and an award-winning soundtrack. Players take on the role of James Savage, a narcotics-addicted monster hunter tasked with tracking down his ex-girlfriend Draculae, a vampire on a mission to end the world. Throughout the story, players fight their way through every bloody floor of a reality-shifting Texas motel to rescue Draculae’s hostages and eventually confront the villain James once loved.

From the creative mind of Strange Scaffold studio head Xalavier Nelson Jr., El Paso, Elsewhere tells a compelling story of complicated love, addiction and self-worth. In launching the shooter to PlayStation, Nelson Jr. said, “El Paso, Elsewhere will be Strange Scaffold’s first-ever PlayStation release, and I couldn’t ask for a better introduction to our studio’s sustainable production principles, unapologetic style, and player-first attitude. To our wonderful partners at Nighthawk Interactive and the PlayStation gamers who will soon embark on our most ambitious journey yet, I can only say the same thing that James Savage soulfully speaks directly to the player in the closing moments of the game: thanks for believing.”

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