Kerbal Space Program 2 is a space flight simulation game developed by Intercept and published by Private Division.
It features improvements in technology over its predecessor, improved mechanics, as well as a new multiplayer mode.
This week will see Kerbal Space Program 2 getting its first major update since its early access release, with a host of bug fixes and optimisation.
Check out the launch trailer for a good idea of what you can expect from the early access launch of Kerbal Space Program 2.
Leading up to its early access launch in February, Kerbal Space Program 2 now has a trailer that teaches players how to send a rocket into orbit.
Creative director Nate Simpson speaks about Kerbal Space Program 2's upcoming early access launch, multiplayer plans, gameplay improvements, and more.
The early access version will launch on Steam for $49.99. There's no word yet on when PlayStation and Xbox audiences will get the game.
Kerbal Space Program 2 will launch for PC in early 2023, with PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, and Xbox One versions coming later.
Making Kerbal Space Program a little easier.
The simulation title suffers yet another delay.
A new report discusses the details of Take-Two Interactive's split with Star Theory Games, which ultimately led to the studio's shuttering.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in "many unique challenges" that necessitate more time.
Key members of the current development team have been retained.
This is to allow "more time to make the experience as terrific as possible," as per Take-Two Interactive.
The team at Star Theory discusses its excitement for the sequel.
The developer's focus is on "solid, impactful content" and a "great launch."
The space simulator gets a fun looking sequel.