Deliver Us Mars devs on going the extra mile to create a credible alien world

Deliver Us Mars looks bleak. It looks daunting. In the most desperate, isolating and life-threatening sense, it looks terrifying. And these are just some of the compliments I could pay KeokeN Interactive and Frontier Foundry’s upcoming sci-fi puzzle adventure at first glance. 

That early glimpse of the developer’s follow-up to Deliver Us the Moon came during last month’s Future Games Show Spring Showcase, when a super moody reveal trailer set the tone. Speaking to GamesRadar+ in the wake of that world premiere, KeokeN’s Koen Deetman said we should expect a similarly non-violent, story-driven odyssey – this time set on the Red Planet – but one that is a “radical step up in narrative and gameplay” terms over its 2018 forerunner.

Seeing red

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Deliver Us Mars devs on going the extra mile to create a credible alien world

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