Deliver Us The Moon releases on May 19th for PS5, Xbox Series X|S

    Wired Productions and KeokeN Interactive announced that Deliver Us The Moon releases on May 19th for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S! Players who own the game on PS4 and Xbox One may upgrade at no additional cost. Read up on more details below:

    Watford, UK – 29th March, 2022 – Publisher Wired Productions and acclaimed Dutch game studio KeokeN Interactive today announce the award-winning sci-fi thriller Deliver Us The Moon will launch for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on May 19, 2022. Existing owners on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be able to upgrade at no additional cost, while PlayStation 5 owners can pick up the physical edition of the game via the Wired Productions Store for £19.99, through Limited Run Games at $24.99 or European retailers at €24.99.

    The next-gen version offers the definitive Deliver Us The Moon experience, featuring fully remastered out-of-this-world 4K visuals, stunning ray-traced shadows and reflections and next-gen features that add new levels of immersion to the science-fiction epic.

    Deliver Us The Moon Next-Gen Release Date Trailer:

    Deliver Us The Moon is a sci-fi thriller set in an apocalyptic near future, where Earth’s natural resources are depleted. A lunar colony providing a vital supply of energy has gone silent. A lone astronaut is sent to the moon on a critical mission to save humanity from extinction. Will you save mankind or be forgotten in the dark abyss of Space?

    Deliver Us The Moon Features

    • Tackle real world issues

    • 1st and 3rd Person perspective, including driving numerous vehicles

    • Vast, open moonscape to explore and discover

    • Claustrophobic, suspense driven action

    • Anti-gravity gameplay sequences

    • Clever, challenging puzzles

    • Haunting, orchestral soundtrack

    • Powered by Unreal® Engine 4

    Next Gen Upgrades

    • Fully remastered in 4K with ray-traced shadows and reflections

    • Jump into the action quicker with faster loading times

    • Adaptive triggers and controller speakers (PlayStation 5)

    • PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners upgrade to Next Gen version for free

    We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the wonderful team at KeokeN Interactive, with the release of the next-gen edition of Deliver Us the Moon,” said Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions. “The game continues to be prescient as ever and the new updates further elevate the gripping experience.

    “We are proud to bring Deliver Us The Moon to next-gen platforms and enable a whole load of new astronauts to get their hands on the game” said Koen Deetman, CEO at KeokeN Interactive. “The new additions to the game are absolutely stellar and I think fans and newcomers alike will be over the moon with the changes.

    A physical edition is now available to pre-order on PlayStation 5, which includes a double-sided folded poster, a reversible sleeve, a stellar set of stickers, plus a digital download of the Deliver Us The Moon EP. Gamers can pre-order their copy today viathe Wired Productions Store or find a retailer via Wired’s Where to Buy section.

    Deliver Us The Moon will launch on May 19, 2022 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, priced at $24.99 / €24.99 / £19.99.The gamewill also be launching on Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming platform that lets you instantly play video games on screens that you already own, and Stadia Pro on April 1st. For more information about Stadia, visit the official website.

    Lastly, read up on the sequel to Deliver Us The Moon here. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest gaming news and updates!

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