London, August 23rd, 2023 – Uncover more of the mysteries behind the Olympic Exclusion Zone in the new narrative trailer for Pacific Drive. Today at the Future Games Show, Ironwood Studios and publishing partner Kepler Interactive showcased more of their unique driving survival adventure currently in development for PlayStation 5 and PC now launching in early 2024.
In the shadow of towering evergreens in the Pacific Northwest, you find yourself trapped behind a 300-meter wall. Why was it built, and who or what are the Remnants? Mysterious voices traverse the airwaves questioning you, warning you. Battling against the elements and anomalies, only one thing is certain, you and your car won’t leave The Zone unchanged.
Left untouched for over thirty years, the Olympic Exclusion Zone is home to all manners of hazards and mysterious phenomena known as anomalies. With only your station wagon for company, navigate the winding roads as you attempt to untangle a web of secrets that have surrounded the area since the 50s. Gather resources to upgrade your car and uncover more clues as you venture further and farther out into the unknown.
Pacific Drive is available to Wishlist now and will be available for PlayStation 5 and PC (via Steam and the Epic Games Store) in early 2024. To find out more, visit: https://www.pacificdrivegame.com/
Press kit: https://pacificdrivegame.com/press-kit
About Ironwood Studios:
Since its founding in 2019, Ironwood Studios has been hard at work on Pacific Drive and are extremely proud to be working with PlayStation to bring it to life. The team’s passion stems from a love of road trips and the relationship between the driver and the car, always dreaming about surreal worlds and the Pacific Northwest – two things that feature prominently in the game. Ironwood’s goal is to create games that inspire players to tell their own stories, with systems that work together to create unexpected and unique experiences.
About Kepler Interactive:
Kepler Interactive – led by the founders of Kowloon Nights – is a developer and publisher that operates on a co-ownership model. Its studios are given strategic leadership roles, all while continuing to develop their games their way, with no creative limitations. Kepler’s partner studios are as varied as they are talented, including A44 Games in New Zealand, Alpha Channel and Timberline in North America, Awaceb, Ebb Software, and Sloclap in Europe, and Shapefarm in Asia. Kepler Interactive itself is headquartered in London.