- The Xbox Series X|S version of the sci-fi thriller Deliver Us the Moon releases today
- Xbox One owners upgrade for free
- Discover Mission Control tips to help you get started with the game
*start transmission* Hello astronauts, Koen Deetman from KeokeN Interactive (aka Mission Control) is here! We are super proud to announce this Deliver us the moon launches today on Xbox Series X|S with a free upgrade for Xbox One owners! To get you started, Mission Control has compiled some valuable hints and tips to prepare you for launch as you embark on your all-or-nothing mission to save humanity from extinction!
Hold A to extend your jump
This tip is most useful for the last two chapters of Deliver us the moon. Upon reaching the Tombaugh facility, players must navigate through a mining area to reach the entrance. Additionally, towards the end of the Copernicus Outpost chapter, the player must rush to the top of a collapsing MPT tower. Sprinting to build speed and also holding A to lengthen your jump will help you get there faster, time is of the essence in space.
Prepare for the one space station puzzle in the oxygen lab. Do not give up!
The player floats in the Pearson Space Station in low gravity and finds himself without oxygen. Act quickly to bring life support back online so you can finally breathe again. In the oxygen lab, you’ll also find the electrical wire puzzle at the end of the space station, which can be tricky to complete. Keep up.
Be sure to check out the prequel comic: The Blackout.
Deliver us the moon: ‘The power failure’ is the game’s prequel story and focuses specifically on the events leading up to the game’s launch. Essential reading for anyone about to embark on a mission of this magnitude.
Don’t do it in real life, but in Deliver us the moon They can sprint up and down ladders
There are numerous occasions throughout the game where players may find themselves quickly running out of oxygen. To get around faster, hold down the sprint button to slide down ladders faster. Oh, and when in doubt, jump!
Make sure to save both ducks from the evil clown
In Chapter 6, there are two rubber duckies hidden in the Tombaugh facility. Finding both will earn you The Aquanaut (90G) achievement. Players will notice that the second duck is tied to a red balloon – this is a nod to the horror film IT.
There is a second rocket to launch
The second start is a little Easter egg that people often seem to miss. We encourage you to research further. At the beginning of the game, take a good look around near the elevator… In Deliver us the moonevery little part of the game has a story to tell.
Don’t rush it. Look up at the stars every now and then!
Enjoy your surroundings, look up at the stars, drive around the moon’s surface and jump in low gravity – if you survive outside for 30 minutes you will be rewarded with the achievement “Stargazer”.
Some puzzles require the help of a specific robot companion!
During your adventure your only companion is a little robot named ASE (Alloway Systems and Engineering). To progress through the game, players must interact and control ASE to solve puzzles, collect clues, and uncover the mysteries and hidden agendas in the game. Will you save humanity or be forgotten in the dark depths of space?
Finally, remember in Deliver us the moon, there is no good or bad. Only decisions made by people trying to do their best.
We’re really proud to finally share the Xbox Series X|S version of the game with all of you, and we look forward to all of you experiencing the next-gen features that bring new levels of immersion to the game. We hope these tips and advice will help you get the most out of your mission.
*Taurus V, this is Houston. You are confirmed Go for orbit!*
Deliver us the moon
Deliver Us The Moon is a sci-fi thriller set in an apocalyptic near future where the earth’s natural resources are being depleted. A lunar colony providing a vital source of energy has gone silent. A lone astronaut is sent to the moon on a critical mission to save humanity from extinction. Will you save humanity or be forgotten in the dark depths of space? • Tackle real-world problems • First-person and third-person gameplay, including driving numerous vehicles • Vast, open lunar landscape to explore and discover • Claustrophobic, suspense-packed action • Anti-gravity gameplay sequences • Clever, challenging Puzzles • Haunting, orchestral soundtrack • Powered by Unreal® Engine 4