Though a release date hasn't yet been announced, Deliver Us the Moon is currently in development for PS5 and Xbox Series X after a successful launch for PS4 and Xbox One versions last year.
Deliver Us The Moon is a space indie thriller set in an apocalyptic near future where Earth's resources have become depleted, forcing the global powers to create the World Space Agency and attempt to solve the energy crisis. After the World Space Agency colonized the moon, connections between the Earth and moon were severed and energy sources were lost. In Deliver Us The Moon, players assume the role of the last remaining astronaut tasked with uncovering a mystery and saving mankind. In the narrative, players can expect a gripping story relating to real-world issues like climate change and the gameplay features a robot companion, weightless freedom, and solving puzzles with space-age tech.
Announced at the publisher's online event called Wired Direct, Wired Productions and developer KeokeN Interactive announced that Deliver Us The Moon is on its way to next-gen consoles. Though Deliver Us The Moon's Switch port was canceled due to a number of factors relating to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, KeokeN plans to take advantage of the PS5 and Xbox Series X's advanced hardware. Additionally, PS5 and Xbox Series X versions will be free to those who already own the last-gen versions.
In a statement, Wired Productions outlines that the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of its indie thriller will feature ray tracing, improved loading times, reflections and audio, and overall graphical advancements. Unfortunately, a release window for the updated port of Deliver Us The Moon was not announced, meaning it could be a while away before the release of the next-gen version. Unfortunately, it looks like a Switch port of Deliver Us The Moon won't ever be seen through.
In reviews of the beloved indie game, some players describe the game as a moonwalking simulator with gorgeous visuals and a stunning soundtrack. Others compare Deliver Us To The Moon to another indie thriller called Close to the Sun as a better sci-fi thriller game.
Players' main complaints seem to be the controls. First, the controls are clunky, according to reviewers, and are the only corner of the game that hasn't been fully fleshed out. However, there's no way to remap the controls, which many take an issue with as it limits accessibility and gameplay experience. Others dislike that the game divulges into a 90s platformer by the end but still recommend the game, resulting in Very Positive aggregate reviews on Steam.
Fans have been waiting for Little Witch in the Woods for a while now, and the release of the pixel art fantasy RPG is getting closer than ever. While no new trailer was shown at today's ID@Xbox indie games showcase on Twitch, Little Witch in the Woods was confirmed to launch day one on Xbox Game Pass.
Little Witch in the Woods was first announced towards the end of 2019 by South Korean gaming studio Sunny Side Up. As the title suggests, being able to play as a cute witch in the woods is a big draw. New gameplay was shown off at 2020's Wholesome Direct, an indie games showcase, which will also make a return this year. Originally, the developers hoped to releases the game on PC, and possibly on consoles.
- Destiny 2: Beyond Lights Season of the Chosens Kinetic weapon options are disappointing, compared to the number of options in the Energy slot.
- We have made great strides when it comes to robotics.Why during the celebration you consider a rolling backpack on your university age little ones. A whole lots
- Call of Duty: Warzone streamers suspended for cheating after Mara actor calls them out A duo of suspected Warzone cheaters are in the crosshairs