Deliver Us Home Gets New Life From Small Group Of Developers

Deliver Us Home

Deliver Us Home is getting a new chance at life.

KeokeN has announced that the game, which was in development at the studio before all of its employees were laid off in April has been restarted. The development is being done by a “group of volunteers” with the support of backing on Kickstarter.

“Taking matters into our own hands again after years of pitching feels very liberating,” CEO Koen Deetman said via release, “and it has motivated us to work extremely hard over the past few weeks. We’ve been running on all cylinders to orchestrate the campaign, the trailer, and the demo that backers get to play. It truly is a token of our love and dedication to science-fiction and the craft of making video games.”

To go along with the Kickstarter, the team also released a prototype demo of Deliver Us Home. The Demo will become available to players in the near future after the campaign concludes.

As of posting, the Kickstarter, which runs until July 11, has raised $88,775 with a goal of $108,315.

About Deliver Us Home:

“It’s the 23rd century. Humanity has long ago evacuated the wasteland that is planet Earth. You, a descendant of the evacuees, have been trained relentlessly to become an interplanetary astronaut. Sent out into the endless void of space, your mission statement is as simple as it is impossible: secure a new, permanent home for humanity.

After a long journey, you approach your designated exoplanet. Though you’ve prepared for the unexpected, there’s no telling what lies in store for you on the surface. Survive the unknown, explore the desolation, and break ground for humanity’s new home as you uncover the secrets of mysterious settlers that – somehow – arrived here long before you did.

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