Kerbal Space Program 2 is on track to getting its a major update on March 16. This would be its first major update since the game’s recent early access release.
Creative director Nate Simpson took to the game’s official forums to talk about the update, stating that the team has been making “good headway on performance improvement and bug squashing.”
While not bringing in any new features, the update is instead focused on bringing in a host of optimisations and bug fixes to Kerbal Space Program 2, fixing major issues like debris not being targetable, game-breaking bugs, and optimising loading times and general performance.
“QA is thoroughly testing the build right now, and as soon as they give us a thumbs-up, we’ll release it,” Simpson said. “Provided QA does not uncover any show-stopping bugs over the next few days, that date should hold. If they do run into something unexpected that needs to be fixed, that date will slip.”
This essentially means that, unless a major problem is found with the update, it is on track to be released on Thursday.
Kerbal Space Program 2 is currently available on PC. The game also has a roadmap, with several features like tech tree progression and multiplayer slated for release later.