Moons of Madness PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 Release Date Revealed

Moons of Madness PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 Release Date Revealed

The cosmic horror is closer than you think.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Oct 10, 2019 @ 08:57 AM (Staff Bios)
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After some wait, we officially know the Moons of Madness release date for both PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

There are things on this world that mankind simply cannot understand. It's a greater darkness that ruins the mind. So you can only imagine how much worse it is on the unknown mountains of Mars. This is Moons of Madness.



Moons of Madness is a new first-person action game by Rock Pocket Games. A narrative-driven game, it's a cosmic horror game that combines Martian exploration with Lovecraftian horror. You play as Shane Newehart, an engineer on a Mars research base. The base is dedicated to decrypting a strange message. Your job is to simply keep things operational while a new team of scientists is delivered to the base.

Let's get to the important part: the release date! Moons of Madness will release on Steam PC on October 22, 2019. It will then release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 21, 2020.

Moons of Madness is based on the lore of another Funcom game, actually. The lore and mythology are based on Secret World Legends, a mythological action MMO RPG developed and published by Funcom. Hopefully it plays better, though. Secret World Legends has mixed reviews due to poor performance.

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