NASA is making this video game for those who are interested in experiencing Mars even before man lands on Mars
Becoming an astronaut in real life is something only millions of people can do. NASA, the US space agency, is helping to get the experience of going to Mars without rigorous training and many experiments.
Through this video game, NASA is making those who are interested in experience Mars even before man lands on Mars.
This is supported by Mars 2030, a virtual reality computer game based on data from NASA. Former US President Barack Obama shared his dream in 2010. At the time, Obama said he hoped to have humans on Mars by 2030. Produced by FMS Studios, Mars 2030 can be downloaded for $ 15. The game can be downloaded on computers running Windows 10 and later. The makers of the game claim that Mars 2030 will not be available on PlayStation at the moment but will be available on PlayStation soon.
With this game you will be able to land on the surface of Mars and walk around in an area of 40 square kilometers to collect objects. This 40 km imaginary area is based on information held by NASA.
Players can even observe objects collected from Mars as part of the game under a microscope. The makers claim that Mars 2030 offers more of a Mars-like experience than just a computer game.