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Close to the Sun & Deliver Us The Moon get release dates

Wired Productions has also announced a retail edition of Grip: Combat Racing, and a Collector's Edition of Close to the Sun.

Wired Productions has dropped a whole load of news in one go, as Deliver Us The Moon has been given a release date of October 10 for Steam, coming from KeokeN Interactive. We even have a brand new trailer for the game, showing us what we'll be experiencing in less than a month.

RTX will be supported too, and when we spoke to KeokeN at Gamescom we heard that this "takes up the notch" of the game in terms of visual detail.

Those on PS4 and Xbox One can get the chance to play it in 2020.

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Close to the Sun is a game we've already reviewed when it landed on PC earlier this year, but now we know that it's arriving on October 29 for PS4, Switch, and Xbox One, just in time for Halloween.

Storm in a Teacup's game will have a digital and retail release on this date, but a Collector's Edition has also been unveiled, limited to 1,000 pieces. You can see this, along with comparisons of the various versions of the game, in the trailer below.

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Lastly we have news on Grip: Combat Racing, which is getting an AirBlades vs. Rollers Ultimate Edition at retail on November 5, a year on from its original release. This includes all of the DLC since then as well, and you can see more of this version in the trailer below.

"2019 is a big year for us, and we're super pumped to confirm release dates for these three incredible games," said Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions, "These titles represent an exciting and vital part of the Wired Productions line-up for the fall and holidays, but we're not stopping there as we'll be sharing more news and revealing more announcements so stay tuned.."

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