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Journey to the Red Planet with Deliver Us Mars

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It’s been a few years since KeoKen Interactive offered to Deliver Us The Moon. Today though they are announcing that very soon gamers will be able to go beyond what was previously possible, with the chance to take in a journey to the Red Planet in Deliver Us Mars. 

Coming from KeoKen Interactive and Frontier Foundry, Deliver Us Mars is a thrilling new narrative-driven game that takes what was learnt in 2019’s (2020 on Xbox) Deliver Us The Moon and builds on it, picking things up in the direct aftermath of a crash-landed ship on Mars. 

It’s set to come to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC for Steam and the Epic Games Store, as the sequel looks to allow KeoKen the opportunity to realise its creative goals. 

The very first teaser trailer for Deliver Us Mars is now available below these words, whilst you can get wishlisting if you so wish too – on Steam and the Epic Games Store from today. 

Taking players on a journey across the Red Planet for an all-new story, KeoKen and Frontier Foundry will be collaborating to ensure that this one is capable of taking a giant leap forward, both in terms of gameplay and narrative. 

In the first teaser trailer for Deliver Us Mars, we pick up in the immediate aftermath of a ship crash-landing, where we catch a glimpse of our mysterious new protagonist. Uncovering and reactivating her companion drone, a familiar presence to fans of Deliver Us The Moon, the teaser ends with a stunning reveal of the Mars landscape that will form the main setting of the game. 

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It is all set some ten years after Deliver Us The Moon’s Fortuna mission, as Deliver Us Mars expands on the events of its predecessor, building on its more grounded approach to sci-fi storytelling while enriching the gameplay experience. Fans of the original will appreciate the deep connections between the games, as this gripping adventure looks to stand on its own, offering a compelling entry point for new players as well. Players can look forward to numerous new mechanics in this sequel, including a climbing system that will enable their character to readily traverse the terrain of Mars. 

If you’re unaware, The Deliver Us series introduces players to a world where Earth’s resources are depleted, necessitating humanity’s further ventures into space. Originally crowdfunded through Kickstarter, the award-winning first game garnered a passionate fan base. Players can expect a handcrafted, emotional and exciting narrative experience in this new adventure, boosted by lovingly created sound, motion capture and visual design. 

“Joining forces with Frontier Foundry enables KeokeN Interactive to fully achieve the goals and ambitions we set ourselves for Deliver Us Mars,” say KeokeN Interactive co-founders Koen and Paul Deetman. “We are extremely excited about this partnership, knowing the sci-fi specialists at Frontier are looking over our shoulder.”

We’ll keep you in the loop with everything surrounding Deliver Us Mars as things progress.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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