Wired Productions and KeokeN Interactive are proud to announce that they will be using Nvidia’s RTX technology in the upcoming sci-fi space epic Deliver Us The Moon.

A statement explaining what RTX Ray tracing Tech will do for Deliver Us The Moon:

“In Deliver Us The Moon, ray tracing is used to enhance the game’s most unique environments, making the space-man experience more immersive than ever before. Light, shadows and reflections behave more realistically and with greater precision, adding additional depth as you explore the lunar surface. The darkness of space never felt so consuming. Only NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ GPUs are capable of playing games with real-time ray tracing enabled.”

“GeForce RTX GPUs deliver on the promise of ray tracing, an ambitious step forward that signals a giant leap in rendering technology.,” said Koen Deetman, Game Director at KeokeN Interactive. “We expect to see real-time ray tracing in any game that seriously aims for cinematic-quality rendering, so it was an obvious target for us to include in Deliver Us The Moon.”

Deliver Us The Moon is set in an apocalyptic near-future where Earths Resources have been depleted and humanity must look to the stars and create the World Space Agency to find new resources and new places to colonise. In this journey they discover that the Moon has a natural Helium 3 that will serve the growing needs of Earth but everything goes terribly wrong. The agency loses contact with the Moon and everything is plunged into darkness. Years later after Earth has been suffering from a long black-out you must go and establish a new energy supply and discover what happened. This will both restore energy and hope for the human-race.

Players will experience zero gravity, explore barren deserts, huge space stations and abandoned settlements in the inhospitable and desolate environment on the Moon.

Deliver Us The Moon is available to wish-list on Steam and will release in 2019 on PC and 2020 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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