The game Deliver Us Mars by Keoken Interactive – the sequel to Deliver Us the Moon has just dropped a new trailer ahead of its release time.
Deliver Us Mars – the next game from the Keoken Interactive development team, has a new trailer in the lead up to launch. Published by Frontier Foundry, the publisher of Frontier Developments, the game is due out in the first half of this year after being delayed to fall 2022.
Deliver Us Mars is the sequel to Deliver Us the Moon – a sci-fi horror adventure game that was first released for PC in 2018 as Deliver Us the Moon: Fortuna. The product was re-released the following year simply titled Deliver Us the Moon, which was later ported to PS4 and Xbox One as well as a next-gen version on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. The game follows the journey of an astronaut sent to the Moon to find a way to save humanity from a doomsday future. Deliver Us Mars has a similar setting, taking place a decade later with astronauts responding to a distress call from Mars.
Originally set for release on September 27, 2022, Deliver Us Mars has been postponed to February 2, 2023. Less than a month before its release, the game had a new trailer titled titled “Countdown to Launch”, gives players a look at protagonist Kathy Johanson and her teammates on their journey to Mars as well as some revelations about the danger that awaits them. There are also small comments that hint at Johanson’s motivations for being part of the journey. The trailer ends with a release date and a list of platforms including PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.
Deliver Us Mars is one of many follow-up games released on two generations of consoles although it won’t be released for the Nintendo Switch. Deliver Us the Moon was canceled on Switch shortly after it was announced, so it can be inferred that the developers wanted to take advantage of the more powerful hardware and implement features like ray tracing, even when that means missing out on an opportunity to increase sales from Nintendo fans.
Several prominent sci-fi titles in recent years have embraced exploration rather than focusing on action and combat. Perhaps the most striking example of this is the space exploration game Outer Wilds, an indie game that has been a huge hit on multiple platforms. Outer Wilds insists that there is a strong market for well-constructed sci-fi games that aren’t based on combat, and Deliver Us the Moon has followed this path by focusing on puzzle and puzzle building. story. Deliver Us Mars will carry the torch for this style with a new setting and story, and fans won’t have to wait long to experience what awaits them on the Red Planet.
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