Deadline Games, the studio behind Total Overdose and Chilli Con Carnage, has unveiled its latest project - a shooter for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
The game is titled Faith and a .45 and is set in the era of the Great Depression. It follows the adventures of Luke and Ruby - "Two outlaw lovers destined to go down in history." They're up against a corrupt oilman and his ruthless bidding-doers.
Apparently the emphasis is on "characters, co-operative gameplay, road movie storytelling and cinematic aesthetics". You can also expect "a dark army of steel-plated vehicles and armour-clad pyromaniacs".
There's no word on who'll publish the game yet, let alone when it'll be out. Faith and a .45 will be shown to "selected publishers" at GDC next month.
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