Developer of Dog Airport Game announces Max Payne spiritual successor El Paso, Elsewhere

Strange Scaffold, the studio behind An Airport for Aliens Currently Run By Dogs and Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, announces El Paso, Elsewhere, a love letter to action classic Max Payne.

El Paso, Elsewhere is a supernatural neo-noir third-person shooter. Hunt werewolves, fallen angels, and other damned creatures in vivid slow motion. Fight your way through a reality-shifting motel, floor by bloody floor. Save the victims of Draculae, lord of the vampires. And destroy the villain you loved–even if it means dying yourself.

As players experience a groundbreaking story about the aftermath of an abusive relationship with the lord of the vampires, they’ll save hostages from a variety of twisted environments, scavenge for ammunition beneath the watchful eye(s) of fallen angels, and discover the human cost of taking a werewolf claw to the chest. Neo-noir never looked so good.

El Paso, Elsewhere is planned for launch in 2022 on PC, with plans for possible console ports to follow.

About Strange Scaffold:
Strange Scaffold is the development label of Xalavier Nelson Jr., who you might know from his work as a leading developer on An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs, Hypnospace Outlaw, SkateBIRD, Can Androids Pray, or dozens of other critically-acclaimed projects. Strange Scaffold is also developing Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, the highly anticipated sci-fi body-horror market tycoon.