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Deliver Us Mars Counts Down to Launch on Feb 2

Frontier Foundry and KeokeN Interactive have released a new trailer for sci-fi adventure game Deliver Us Mars, which launches on February 2, 2023, for PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One and Series X|S, PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store. I absolutely loved the atmosphere and premise of 2018’s Deliver Us The Moon, so I am super excited to see how KeokeN have evolved the gameplay. This new trailer certainly shows off some cool sequences with the main character more able to negotiate terrain and tackle harder puzzles. In this final look at the sequel to Deliver Us The Moon ahead of release, players get a snapshot of the environmental danger facing Earth in the game’s alternate future setting – and why the mission at the heart of the story is the only way to save humanity.

Ten years after the Fortuna mission, humanity is closer than ever to extinction. After a mysterious distress call from Mars, Earth’s youngest astronaut Kathy Johanson joins the Zephyr and its crew on one last mission: to recover the ARK colony ships stolen by the mysterious Outward, and with them, ensure the survival of the human race. Board the Zephyr as you journey from Earth to the surface of Mars. Traverse and endure its harsh and unforgiving terrain as you quest to discover the secrets left behind by Outward. Use both brains and brawn to overcome mental and physical challenges, find the ARKs, and uncover the motivations of those behind the distress call that brought you here.

This standalone sequel has taken a huge step forward in gameplay mechanics over its predecessor. Players will enjoy precision-based climbing mechanics that evoke classic action-platformer games, as well as a set piece-style approach to puzzle design that builds in challenge over the course of the game. As launch approaches, PC system requirements are now available for Deliver Us Mars on Steam and the Epic Games Store, and the game will launch on February 2, 2023, on PC, PlayStation 4/5 and Xbox One/Series X|S.


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