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oprainfall | Deliver Us The Moon


KeokeN Interactive and Wired Productions are excited to have launched Deliver Us the Moon. The space sci-fi epic adventure came out yesterday. According to their press release, the game is available on PC via both Steam and for $24.99. Later in October will come full GeForce RTX real-time ray tracing support. The game will also be coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sometime in 2020.

Deliver Us the Moon takes place in a post-apocalyptic near future on Earth. With resources now dangerously scarce, humanity has nothing left but to look to the stars. The World Space Agency is born as nations band together to create it. The agency’s mission is to solve humanity’s now extreme energy crisis. So they come up with the concept of colonizing and exploiting the moon. Its Helium-3 reserves may be just the new energy source humanity needs. Just as things are starting to look up, communications with the moon are suddenly cut off. The Helium-3 so badly needed is now out of reach, and without power the world falls into darkness. With hopes crushed, years pass. Then governments come together once more in hopes of restoring the energy supply and with it hope. Here’s the trailer:


You can find out more about Deliver Us the Moon at the official website. KeokeN Interactive CEO, Koen Deetman, commented on the game’s launch just before it came out and had this to say:

“We’re over the moon to finally be launching Deliver Us The Moon soon. It took the human race thousands of years to get there, but I’m happy to say we made it in four. We are hugely thankful to the community who supported us through this long development and to our partners. You’ve truly been with us every step of this incredible journey.”

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