Deliver Us Mars Releasing on September 27

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Deliver Us Mars, the sequel to 2018’s award-winning Deliver Us the Moon, is releasing on September 27 for PC and consoles. The original was one of the first titles to feature ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS. Players take on the role of Kathy Johanson to explore the red planet and solve the mystery of what happened to its colonists. The game continues the story from the previous game, with Earth becoming inhabitable, leading to colonization attempts throughout the solar system.

Get ready to join Kathy Johanson and the crew of the Zephyr space shuttle on a desperate mission to Mars, as they attempt to save a rapidly-declining Earth by retrieving vital colonization vessels known as the ARKs.

You need to be ready to face all of the obstacles the Red Planet will throw at you, from platforming challenges and complex puzzles to floating in zero gravity, not to mention a thrilling launch sequence that will make you feel like a true astronaut. Your skills will be put to the test as you explore Mars’ stunning planetary surface, icy valleys, abandoned colonies, and more.

Uncover the truth behind the ‘Outward’ organization, and learn the fate of Kathy’s father in an action-packed adventure with epic stakes and deeply personal drama when Deliver Us Mars launches this September on PlayStation® 5, PlayStation® 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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