A new trailer has been revealed for sci-fi adventure game Deliver Us Mars. Which launches on February 2nd, for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

In this final look at the sequel to Deliver Us The Moon ahead of release, players get a snapshot of the environmental danger facing Earth in the game’s alternate future setting. Players also see why the mission at the heart of the story is the only way to save humanity.

What is Deliver Us Mars?

Set 10 years after the events of Deliver Us The Moon, protagonist Kathy Johanson’s goal in Deliver Us Mars is to retrieve the ARKs. These powerful vessels that contain the technology to reverse climate change. However, her motivation for travelling to the Red Planet is complicated. Her long-lost father, Isaac, may still be alive. Players will ascend the cliffs of Mars, solve puzzles and explore in zero-G as they uncover the mystery of what happened to the ARKs’ previous inhabitants in this narrative-driven game.

Deliver Us Mars will be available on all platforms for a suggested retail price of £24.99/$29.99/€29.99. The PC-only Deluxe Edition features the base game and the original soundtrack will be available for a suggested retail price of £29.99/$34.99/€34.99.

A 10% discount is available for the PlayStation version of the game as long as you have PlayStation Plus. When we played the first entry, Deliver Us The Moon Slav was pleased with how it all went down. Hopefully, Deliver Us Mars will live up to the first entry.

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