Deliver Us the Moon Takes One Giant Leap to PC and Console Later This Year

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Developer KeokeN Interactive and publisher Wired Productions have announced that Deliver Us The Moon will be landing on PC and console later this year.

Set in an eerily apocalyptic, and not-so-distant future, Deliver Us The Moon will task players to fill the shoes, or rather, the space suit, of a lone astronaut in order to not only survive on and explore the moon, but to find a way to become the Earth’s savior. The full release is also set to include the “Fortuna” and “Tombaugh” story expansions.

“With just 12 years to save the planet from irreversible climate change KeokeN’s brilliant narrative cuts close to the bone,” said Wired Productions Managing Director Leo Zullo. “2019 marks half a century since the first moon landings, a great celebration of exploration alongside a backdrop of private enterprise embarking on a new space race – with exploitation at the forefront.”

“Reaching your game’s full potential and getting it out there on the market is tough,” said KeokeN Interactive Game Director Koen Deetman. “The games industry is a wasteland filled with cowboys, and in this landscape it’s hard to find honest, passionate, real and hardworking people that are able to make the difference for your product. That is exactly why we found home in the UK with the great folks at Wired Productions.”



Deliver Us The Moon is slated to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC later this year, although the official date of first contact is still unknown. Will you be exploring the moon to save the Earth when this game comes out? Let us know in the comments below!

Starting out with nothing more than a Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Kenny has happily been gaming for almost his entire life. Easily-excitable and a bit on the chatty side, Kenny has always been eager to share gaming-related thoughts, opinions, and news with others and has been doing so on Hey Poor Player since 2014 and has previously worked with both PKMNcast and SCATcast. Although his taste in gaming spreads across a wide number of companies and consoles, Kenny holds a particular fondness for Nintendo handheld consoles. He is also very proud of his amiibo collection. You can also find him on Twitter @SuperBayleef talking about video games and general nonsense. Some of his favorite games include Tetris Attack, Pokémon Black Version 2, The World Ends With You, Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, Yo-kai Watch, Donkey Kong Country 2, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Kirby's Dreamland 3, Mega Man X, and Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (among many others).

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