Deliver Us Mars Has Us Journey To The Red Planet One More Time

Deliver Us Mars

A developer diary for Deliver Us Mars is here to take us all behind the scenes for the upcoming Deliver Us Mars release

Development for Deliver Us Mars is carrying on and we have more to look at and learn for the game. We still have some time to wait until we are going to see it out there, but that is just to let KeokeN Interactive and Frontier Foundry to perfect and give us all a great follow-up to the previous title. Thankfully, they are still giving us all something to look at for Deliver Us Mars to get us ready for how they are pushing forward and adding in to the game. All so we can have the best experience of the Red Planet out there on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC when it is finally ready for us. Fingers crossed that we will see it earlier than later.

As you can see in the first developer diary we have for Deliver Us Mars, they will be adding in a few new features for us to play with on top of perfecting the visuals and other things too. Things like climbing and other puzzle elements will be amped up from their previous title and give us all more to play with when the game does launch. The rest of it all sounds like the teams have taken what they learned on the last title and placing it into Deliver Us Mars too. Nothing too groundbreaking as of yet, but it does give us all some gameplay and fun things to look at for the game as we wait for the final launch. Have a gander at it all down below and see if it is going the way that you were thinking.

Deliver Us Mars — Dev Diary #1: Journey To The Red Planet

Experience a hand-crafted narrative adventure, with a full motion-capture cast, new and improved mechanics, and a brand new traversal system.

The Red Planet comes to life as you journey through dusty plains, icy craters, and canyons with real-time ray-traced shadows and reflections on supported platforms.

Deliver Us Mars is coming soon to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, & PC.

Are you still excited for Deliver Us Mars after all of this or do you think we need more to get us ready? What do you think is causing the downfall of Earth here and how will Mars help fix that? Do you think we will need all of these new mechanics in the game or should they stick to the way things were and just tell a new story? Tell us all what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. More for Deliver Us Mars is coming, so keep a close eye on the site and our socials to keep as up to date with all of it.