May 22, 2022

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Deliver Us Mars, a narrative video game on Mars, has been announced

Deliver Us Mars, a narrative video game on Mars, has been announced

Frontier Foundry will publish Deliver Us Mars, a new narrative-style title developed by Dutch studio KeokeN Interactive, which will go on sale at Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS4, PS5, and PC (Steam and Epic Games Store). The game was introduced with a teaser that you can see right above these lines. It is now available for pre-order at PC digital stores.

Players will travel to the red planet in A sequel to the moon, which will take place in third-person mode and will give “a drastic leap in both gameplay and narrative”. As you can see in the video, the spacecraft is making an emergency landing on Mars. Once recovered and the accompanying drone reactivated, the teaser closes with beautiful landscapes of the planet.

A decade after the events of Deliver Us The Moon’s Fortuna, the studio has built a science fiction story Will include references to the first batchalthough all players will be able to enjoy the video game without playing first address. They promise new mechanisms and a measurement system that will allow the terrain of Mars to be crossed easily.

We gave up on Mars.

Earth is a planet without resources

In Deliver Us Mars, Earth has exhausted almost all of its resources, so it has used up humanity Forced to travel to other worlds like Mars or the moon. “Combining forces with the Frontier Foundry allows KeokeN Interactive to achieve the ambitious goals and objectives we set for Deliver Us Mars,” said KeokeN Interactive founders, Koen and Paul Deetman. “We are very excited about this collaboration, realizing that the science fiction specialists at Frontier are behind what we do.

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Frontier promises news in the coming months. They haven’t set a release date yetalthough they indicated on the Steam page that it will arrive “soon”.

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