The narrative of Mars’ development will be told through the perspective of a character who has lived on Earth from an early age. This “survivor” is forced to start over in hostile new world and experience first-hand how difficult it can be when you’re not born with all the tools, skills, and knowledge that comes with being native.
The “deliver us the moon” is a game that will explore a complicated. The game is set to release on PC and consoles in 2018.
The first development diary for forthcoming sci-fi adventure game Deliver Us Mars was released today by publisher Frontier Foundry and developer KeokeN Interactive, revealing further insights about the game’s story, gameplay, and general concept.
Deliver Us Mars is set ten years after its predecessor and follows a crew of astronauts who are striving to preserve Earth’s inhabitants from the effects of climate change. To accomplish so, they must recover huge colonization ships known as ARKs from the mysterious Outward organization.
Deliver Us Mars will examine the difficult connection between its heroine – who is fully spoken this time – and her father against this huge background.
“As she explores the Martian terrain and the game’s various other destinations, her personality, goals, and past will develop in her own words,” according to an emailed press statement.
Players will navigate enormous craters, dust storms, and take in the planet’s azure sunsets in Deliver Us Mars’ many landscapes.
In terms of gameplay, the game introduces a new traversal system as well as a variety of new puzzle components. Check out the developer diary attached below for additional information.
The release date for Deliver Us Mars is unknown, although it is scheduled to be released on PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4.
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