Wired Productions and Dutch game studio KeokeN Interactive have announced Deliver Us The Moon is on the way for PC and console this year. If you're looking for the post-apocalypse life in space, this is your game as Earth's resources have been depleted and humanity looks to the stars. Rather than trying to escape the earth, we're simply going to mine the moon for everything it has to offer and possibly colonize it to stave off the end for a few more years. But something goes wrong, leading to a year of darkness and a new mission to discover what the hell happened on the moon. The game is set to come out in 2019, but no official release date has been attached yet. In the meantime, enjoy the screenshots, trailer, and quotes from today's announcement.
In this thrilling do-or-die adventure, prospective players are set to experience zero gravity, explore barren deserts, huge space stations and abandoned settlements on the Moon's surface. When the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, Earth's last hope – a lone astronaut – must be the saviour of humanity in a desolate, inhospitable environment. With a dimly lit ASE A.I. drone their only companion in the dark vacuum of space, players must piece together the events that befell a lunar colony through a narrative-driven experience unlike any other."With just 12 years to save the planet from irreversible climate change KeokeN's brilliant narrative cuts close to the bone." Said Leo Zullo, Managing Director, Wired Productions, "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. 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," said Koen Deetman, Game Director at KeokeN Interactive.