Bring us Mars after the Moon

This March, on the occasion of the Future Games Show, we announced that KeokeN Interactive has a sequel, Deliver Us The Moon, in full swing. Since then, a few lucky people have been able to try the demo and get a preview, so we’re giving you a quick recap of what we’ve learned. While Deliver Us Mars is a direct sequel to the previous game, it’s not necessary to play it to follow the story, no matter what, the title should further enhance the narrative. Developed on Unreal Engine 4, it still has to give pride of place to this combination of exotic moments in inspiring settings and abrupt throwbacks to reality, where we will remember that humanity is on the verge of extinction after the depletion of our planet’s natural resources. blue planet.

You will embody Katie Johansson, accompanied by her ASE drone, who, on behalf of the Outer, will have to find a solution to reverse the climate change that is happening on our beautiful Earth, and which a priori would be good in courts called ARKS. We still have the right to a linear and marked game, but with even more open areas that will leave room for new puzzles to be solved, in a longer and more dynamic campaign, as we are promised. In addition, the variety of gameplay as well as the variety of situations will do credit to the original game, as you will walk on Mars on foot, climb, ride a moon buggy and even dive into dangerous waters.

On the other hand, this game is obviously preferable to play on a controller, and while the game is wonderful in some aspects, it should be remembered that this is not a trio A. Departure is expected on September 27, 2022, Delivering Us Mars has been delayed, so the adventure is expected , as planned on February 2, 2023 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series. In the meantime, you can check out the gameplay on the IGN website and on the GameRiot, TripleJump, and Materwelonz YouTube channels.

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