Faith and a .45 shooting its co-op way to next-gen systems

24 February 2008
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Last month Deadline Games, a Denmark-based independent game studio, announced the development of Faith and a .45, an original title for next-gen systems (presumably Xbox 360, PS3 and PC). It promises to be an intense and atmospheric shooter, Faith and a .45 features a heavy focus on characters, co-operative gameplay, road movie storytelling, and cinematic aesthetics.

Luke and Ruby sound like gaming's Bonnie and ClydeFaith and a .45 tells the story of Luke and Ruby — two outlaw lovers destined to go down in history. The duo battles an oppressive enemy force, led by a ruthless, corrupt oilman who’s out for their blood. Set in an original take on the Great Depression, one of the darkest periods in US history, the game is a gritty, cross-country epic — a road journey with guns, a dark army of steel-plated vehicles, and armour-clad pyromaniacs.

“Since we at Deadline have our roots in movie production, we value original stories, settings and characters very highly,” said CEO Chris Mottes. “Our previous games are testament to this, but we believe Faith is going to take our creative might to a whole new level.”

Lock and load with Luke and Ruby, the new Bonnie and Clyde. Watch the Faith and a .45 debut trailer:


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