Don’t you just hate it when you discover your ex is the lord of the vampires? Even worse is that they are conducting a supernatural ritual to destroy the world. The protagonist of neo-noir shooter El Paso, Elsewhere certainly is, and he must take down the evil Draculae, even if it means destroying his own life in the process.
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Available now on Xbox consoles and PC, El Paso, Elsewhere is a gritty third-person shooter full of vampires, werewolves and other supernatural creatures to shoot in the face.
The Shining-esque motel that the game plays out in has suddenly sprouted an extra 46 floors, all of them found below the ground. Something is most certainly up, and what follows is a thrilling and brutal journey that will never let go of you.
El Paso, Elsewhere is very, very chaotic, perfect for fans of non-stop shooters like DOOM.
- Original hip-hop soundtrack.
- Molotov cocktails filled with holy blue flame.
- A fully-voiced neo-noir story campaign set in a reality-shifting motel full of monsters.
- Hordes of destructible physics objects; for shooting.
- More slow-motion dives than you would think it is humanly possible to fit into a single video game.
Slow motion diving, you say? Well, Max Payne fans rejoice – El Paso, Elsewhere is now available on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.
Pick yourself up a copy for £16.74 via the Xbox Store, and look out for our full review coming soon.
El Paso, Elsewhere is a supernatural neo-noir third-person shooter. Hunt werewolves, fallen angels, and other damned creatures in a vivid slow motion love letter to action classics. Fight your way through a reality-shifting motel, floor by bloody floor. Save the victims of Draculae, lord of the vampires. Destroy the villain you loved–even if it means dying yourself.
Somewhere in El Paso, Texas, a three-story motel gained another 46 stories… all below ground.
This is going to get loud.