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Deliver Us Mars is the follow-up to the surprise sci-fi hit Deliver Us the Moon from 2019. Announced a couple of months ago, we weren't really expecting to see more on it for a while. Well, turns out it's out this year, with a release date set for September 27 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.

And there's a new gameplay trailer too, which showcases some of the new exploration and traversal. We're talking driving on Mars, and dual wielding climbing hook thingies to, err, latch onto surfaces and climb.

Deliver Us Mars tells the story of Kathy Johanson, who joins the crew of the Zephyr space shuttle on a desperate mission to the Red Planet. Their goal is to save a rapidly-declining Earth by retrieving vital colonisation vessels known as the ARKs, which the shadowy organisation ‘Outward’ stole years earlier. Kathy has another personal motivation for joining the mission to save humanity, however: her father, Isaac, joined Outward on its escape to Mars after being forced to leave his daughter behind when she was a child. Now, after a mysterious message from the Red Planet hints at a connection to her past, Kathy is determined to discover its source.

With puzzle solving, platforming, and zero g action, Deliver Us Mars is shaping up to be a pretty ambitious sequel with parts of the game taking place on Earth, the Moon, and Mars.

As per the first game, Deliver Us Mars will also feature ray-tracing in the form of reflections and shadows. With the original supporting NVIDIA DLSS it's expected that this will follow suit, with the added bonus of the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions also set to feature ray-tracing.

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