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ROCCAT VR Game Now Available on Steam

In Elevator… to the Moon! players repair an elevator and uncover mysteries on the moon

p>Hamburg – (November 29, 2017) –  At long last the wait is over: The best Virtual Reality game of Gamescom 2017 (according to Elite Gamer) is now available on Steam. Take a wild ride on a dilapidated lunar elevator. Fix your odd space vehicle while off-kilter and loudmouthed president of the world, Doug-Slater Roccmeier yells at you for not following every instruction to the point. Take the trip to its end, where dark and horrible mysteries on the moon are just waiting to be uncovered.

Celebrate the launch of Elevator… to the Moon! on Steam with us and buy the game now – at a discounted price for only $7.99, available only for a limited time. But even at its regular price, Elevator… to the Moon! won't break the bank at just $9.99.

Elevator… to the Moon! is no one trick pony. After you've finished the storyline, there is a perplexing alternate ending to experience, many achievements to unlock and fun little secrets to be discovered. As you can see, there is enough action going on to satisfy your lust for entertainment for quite a while.

About ROCCAT Studios 

Founded in 2007 in Hamburg, ROCCAT designs the best gaming products in the world. We combine detail-loving German innovation with a genuine passion for what we do. The result is a forward-looking product portfolio adaptable to the gaming trends of tomorrow. The industry-leading experiences we develop are born of a deep affinity with gaming community that we ourselves are very much a part of. We achieve this by having an outstandingly talented team comprised of gamers, visionaries and industry experts.


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