Deliver Us Mars Gets Gameplay Trailer & Release Date

The journey to Mars begins on September 27th. Gameplay trailer shows a wealth of new machanics

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Deliver Us Mars has gotten its first gameplay trailer which showcases some of the new gameplay mechanics. The sequel to Deliver Us the Moon, Deliver Us Mars looks like it adds quite a few new gameplay elements. Alongside the gameplay trailer, the game’s publisher has also revealed the launch date to be the 17th of September.

Check out the awesome first gameplay trailer for Deliver Us Mars below.

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Deliver Us Mars was announced back in March and the game recently got its first dev diary and new screenshots. Deliver Us Mars will be a major step forward in terms of gameplay and narrative. The new gameplay trailer shows a much wider variety of gameplay mechanics than that of its predecessor.

Deliver us Mars gameplay looks to be far more action-oriented. And although Deliver Us the Moon was fantastic and certainly had a few action set-pieces, Deliver Us Mars looks like it will double down on the action even more.

Journey to the Red Planet

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Deliver Us Mars takes place 10 years after Deliver Us The Moon’s Fortuna Mission. The game tells the story of Kathy Johanson, who joins the crew of the Zephyr space shuttle on a desperate mission to the Red Planet.

Their goal is to help save a rapidly dying Earth and to retre4ive colonisation, ships known as the ARKs, which the shadowy Outward organisation stole years earlier. Kathy has another personal motivation for joining the mission to save humanity, however: her father, Isaac, joined Outward on its escape to Mars after being forced to leave his daughter behind when she was a child. Now, after a mysterious message from the Red Planet hints at a connection to her past, Kathy is determined to discover its source.

Deliver Us Mars Release Date

Deliver Us Mars will launch on September 27th, 2022 for PS5 and PS4. You can pre-order the game, or learn more about it on the official website. As far as I can tell, the game will only launch digitally at first. However, Deliver Us The Moon did get a physical version sometime after launch. So I would bet on Deliver Us Mars getting a physical release at some point.