Deliver Us The Moon Blasts Off Today

Deliver Us The Moon, a narrative puzzler from publisher Wired is ready for launch and you can begin this battle for the planet when it lands on PC and consoles today.

You might have caught our hands on preview of Deliver Us the Moon just last week and if you love a good story then this might be worth a look. Deliver Us The Moon is the brainchild of developer KeokeN and takes players on an adventure to uncover the mystery that lies at the heart of a moon base. With all communication between earth and a massive lunar colony cut off people are starting to ask questions, but that’s not the worst of it. In a world where the environment has turned against the population and an extreme energy crisis has hit home, the Moon used to provide microwave power transmissions. With the loss of comms, it’s up to players to explore the fate of humanity’s brightest and get he moon base back up and running.

This gorgeous looking narrative adventure pulls players through a host of lunar environments, facing a range of harsh environments. You’ll utilize a number of tools to unlock the secrets of the World Space Agency’s energy facility and try to fathom what exactly went on. Between the solitary setup, the intriguing storyline, ad the reminder that vacuum is only a step away we found Deliver Us The Moon a surprisingly compelling experience during our own hands-on.

You can check out the gorgeous visuals without ruining the storyline in the launch trailer, above. Later in October, anybody with the capability will be able to turn on RTX ray tracing later today to get the best possible view of the Earth. PlayStation and Xbox One owners will also get the chance to join us in this adventure during 2020. If you are interested in checking out the Moon then Deliver Us The Moon comes to Steam and GOG today and will set you back $24.99. You can find out more about the energy crisis over on the game’s official website.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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