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Ready to blast off into space with Deliver Us The Moon? Wired Productions have today confirmed the launch date that Xbox One and PS4 players should be interested in.

Having previously released on both Steam and GOG.com, picking up some rather rave reviews in the process, Deliver Us The Moon has long been promised for Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch, and while the Switch edition won’t hit until the summer, Wired Productions have today confirmed that the game will be provided to Xbox One and PS4 players come April 24th 2020.

Running as a sci-fi adventure, we recently had some hands-on time with Deliver Us The Moon, and so news that we won’t have to wait too much longer in order to witness the full thing is an appreciated one. And if you’re looking forward to it as much as we are you’ll also find it now available to pre-order in both Standard and Deluxe Editions. The latter of these will not just include the game but also the spine-tingling original soundtrack and a stunning 100 page digital artbook as it receives both a physical and digital release,

Created by the Dutch studio of KeokeN Interactive, and powered by Unreal Engine 4, Deliver Us The Moon is set in an apocalyptic near-future where the Earth’s resources have been depleted and humanity looks to the stars. Nations band together to create the World Space Agency – an organisation tasked with solving the extreme energy crisis. The solution: colonization and exploitation of the moon’s natural reserves of Helium-3 to serve the energy needs of a growing Earth population. Suddenly, and without warning, communications with the Moon cease, and the energy source is lost. Plunged into darkness and without power, years pass as world governments come together once more to embark on a new mission – to re-establish the energy supply and with it hope for the human race.

We’ll be sure to remind you as and when the 24th April 2020 rolls around, but should you be looking to blast off into space, this is one adventure you won’t want to miss. If you can’t wait, you could always pick it up on Steam – just once you’ve checked out the latest trailer below.

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