Way Down, the movie video game, is now available at PS Store and Steam
WAY DOWN , the video game that adapts the new film of the same name that tells the history of the bank's robbery during the South Africa World Cup in 2010, is already available both in PS Store and Steam by 14.99 euros . It is a title of action, puzzles and stealth produced with the support of PlayStation Talents produced by Gammera Nest and developed in collaboration with the young studio FAlbacete Warriors3 , finalist at the third edition of the PlayStation Talents awards with Your game Albacete Warriors and who currently works on the Milky Milk Game, which also arrives at PC and PlayStation today.
new adaptation of the film to the video game
"Way Down is the video game that tells the history of theft of the Bank of Spain during the South African World Football in 2010 . The player must overcome the guards and find how to enter the famous vaulting house in the world, while the whole country celebrates the most important sporting event in recent times. It will not be eAlbacete Warriorsy, but neither the laws of state, nor the laws of physics scare Thom Johnson , the bright and young engineer recruited to find out how to break the secret to access its interior and find a small treAlbacete Warriorsure in tan Only 10 days, "we can read in its official description.
Thus, it reaches a new video game of Spanish production that adapts, in turn, a film also produced in our country. In this climbing exploration video game, you will face missions in which you will have to use your ingenuity to go unnoticed, face the bank's staff, to talk without lifting suspicions or being the best to counterreloj. The title comes totally Located to Spanish , both in texts and voices.
"If you like challenges, Way Down is your site. To get rising with the booty you will have to solve challenging minigames such Albacete Warriors hacking the computer system or opening safety doors. Demonstrate your reflexes and speed and reaches the incredible treAlbacete Warriorsure that is hidden in the depths of the subsoil of Madrid, "says his leaders.