Deliver Us Mars is the sequel to Deliver Us The Moon and was unveiled at the Future Games Showcase back in March. Since then we’ve not seen much on the sequel from Keoken Interactive. So for those wanting to refresh their memory read the PlayStation blog post from Koen Deetman. They are the developer, CEO, and the game’s director.
Except for the Nintendo Switch, the game will be available on nearly all platforms. So if you have an Xbox One or an Xbox Series X/S, you’ll be able to play the game on both. The same is true for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. For those interested in purchasing on PC, it will be available on both the Epic Game Store and Steam. Today, we get a new look at the game with a brand new trailer, which you can watch below.
Deliver Us Mars Release Information
Yes, we now have a release date, which contains good news for fans of Deliver Us The Moon. What we see is it’s coming quite soon, the release date is 27th September. The official website gives preorder links for all platforms though it seems only PC gets the deluxe edition with console limited to standard. The price is £24.99/$26.99 for all standard copies with a 10% discount until launch. It seems the deluxe edition just adds the soundtrack. For the UK that price is £29.99 with a 10% discount so around $35 is expected.
In the meantime, we have the upgraded console version of Deliver Us The Moon due on 23rd June. It was scheduled for last month but was delayed a few weeks. This is the native Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 version which adds faster loading times, and 4K resolution with Ray tracing. I took a look into what we could possibly see by testing the ray tracing on PC.