Though Deliver Us The Moon released last year on PC and in April on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, it hasn’t hit the entire market yet. The game’s Collector’s Edition was announced today, with a planned release window of this fall. The Collector’s Edition will be limited, with only 2,000 copies being produced. The Deliver Us The Moon Collector’s Edition will include a copy of the game for either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, as well as a Steam key, and will have a suggested retail price of $99.99/£79.99/€99.99.
Deliver Us The Moon Collector’s Edition
Included in the Collector’s Edition is the game’s soundtrack on a 12″ double vinyl, an exclusive comic book, a hardcover art book, a poster of the game’s map, a special USB drive with bonus content from the development studio, multiple art prints, a lenticular sleeve, and a WSA patch. A numbered certificate of authenticity will let you know exactly which of the 2,000 copies produced is yours. Deliver Us The Moon Collector’s Edition is available to pre-order from the Wired Productions Store.
If you don’t need all those goodies or find yourself too late to get one of the collector’s editions, Deliver Us The Moon is also getting a Deluxe Edition. This edition will be available at retailers worldwide starting August 14. It includes a digital soundtrack and a 100-page digital art book. The Deluxe Edition will also be available to purchase digitally.
When Deliver Us The Moon released on PC last year, we thought it was a good game. With a focus on storytelling, this linear game sends the protagonist to the Moon after Earth’s natural resources have been depleted. Deliver Us The Moon puts you in the boots of humanity’s last hope, as you explore abandoned facilities with your robot companion.
Deliver Us The Moon Collector’s Edition doesn’t come cheap. With it including two copies of the game, as well as all of those digital and physical collectible goodies, we’ve seen worse collector’s editions of games before.
Though it was originally announced that Deliver Us The Moon would release on Switch, last month the publisher announced those plans had been canceled.