Even more game for the weekend: Wired Productions and the Dutch studio KeokeN Interactive have released the sci-fi thriller Deliver Us The Moon worldwide today.
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Deliver Us The Moon is now available for both PS4 and Xbox One and at a moderate price. The standard version is available for € 24.99. The physical Deluxe Edition, including the soundtrack and a hundred-page digital artbook, will be released on August 14 at a price of € 29.99, parallel to the version for Nintendo Switch. Owners of the Xbox Game Pass can be even more happy, because the game is now also in their portfolio there.
Delivered by the Unreal 4 Engine, Deliver Us The Moon takes place in a near apocalyptic future in which Earth's resources have been used up and humanity is gazing at the stars. Nations teamed up to create the World Space Agency – an organization to find a solution to the energy crisis.
Her saving idea: colonizing the moon and exploring its natural helium-3 deposits in order to serve the growing population on earth as an energy source. Suddenly and without warning, communication to the moon breaks off and the energy source is lost. Without a connection to the moon, the earth darkens and years pass before the governments reunite to start a new mission – the energy supply is to be restored and with it hope for humanity.
Deliver Us The Moon was released for PC in October 2019 and praised by fans and critics. As one of the first indie games, it uses real-time ray tracing and the latest version of Nvidia's Deep Learning Super Sampling Technology (DLSS). You can find out more about the game in our test on Deliver Us To The Moon.