El Shaddai Coming to Steam September 2

Originally released in 2011, the world of crim’s El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron will make its way to Steam on September 2, 2021.

This third-person action adventure title puts the spotlight on the scribe Enoch, who must seek out seven fallen angels in an attempt to prevent a great flood from destroying mankind. The story is inspired by the apocryphal Book of Enoch, paying host to guardian angels like Lucifel, Michael, Gabriel, and Uriel.

While in combat, Enoch can utilize the Arch, Gale, and Veil weapon types to exploit weaknesses. Note that weapons dull over time, leading Enoch to purify them to restore their power or steal new weaponry. He also possesses holy armor that loses its pieces as the player takes damage, though it can be restored through the use of hearts.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Elshaddai Steam Price announcement (English Dub Trailer)

You can find the game on Steam here – note that it requires a controller to play.

Source: Press Release
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