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Wired Productions outlines its ‘eye-catching autumn and holiday line-up’

Watford-based publisher Wired Productions has announced release dates for Close to the Sun and Deliver Us The Moon, as well as confirmed a new retail edition of Grip: Combat Racing is on its way.

The three games – described by Wired as “just a part of the eye-catching autumn and holiday line-up from Wired Productions for 2019” – have been released in global partnership “with indie developers across the Netherlands, Italy, UK, Indonesia and Canada”.

Deliver Us The Moon, the debut title from Dutch developers KeokeN Interactive, is slated to release on October 10th for PC via Steam, with console ports expected to release sometime next year. Adventure horror Close to the Sun, on the other hand – which is already available on PC via Epic Game store – launches October 29th on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The release will also be accompanied by a limited run of 1,000 collector’s editions.

Finally, Grip: Combat Racing Rollers vs AirBlades Ultimate Edition goes on physical sale on November 5th, 2019. “Celebrating a year from its original multiplatform release, the award-winning Grip: Combat Racing gets a new retail edition with a year’s worth of DLC, wrapped into one affordable package,” says a press release. “Created by leading satellite studio Caged Element, Grip: Combat Racing’s new ultimate edition offers prospective players the perfect opportunity to experience this cut-throat combat racer for the first time, including three garage pack bundles, new Artifex – fighter jet-inspired – vehicles and a year’s worth of updates.”

“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, 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.”

Disclosure: Former MCV content editor Jem Alexander worked on Close to the Sun

About Vikki Blake

It took 15 years of civil service monotony for Vikki to crack and switch to writing about games. She has since become an experienced reporter and critic working with a number of specialist and mainstream outlets in both the UK and beyond.

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