Kerbal Space Program is something that almost everyone has played at least once in their life time, whether you could understand the intricate dynamics of the game or simply slapped a rocket behind a hexagon, the game proved to be a bundle of fun.
The game was out on Steam’s early access on 20 March 2013 with a full release on the 27th April, 2015. Since then, it has remained to be a staple among space exploration games. However, it took 8 years for its sequel to arrive and the journey was no short of being arduous as it went through three years of development hell that led to four different delays.
Nonetheless, the game is finally coming out as an early access program on both Steam and Epic on the 24th of February, 2023.
The most notable reason for the delay was due to the change in developers as Star Theory Games handed the development over to Intercept Games. This does raise the question whether the game will live up to the hype and the standard set by its predecessor.
While we’re only get an early access version next February, it does come with numerous improvements:
“New and improved parts to build with,” plus the option to customise and paint all your various wee space vehicles. Players can also go through the whole Kerbolar system, with “classic locations” like Kerbin, Mun and Jool making their return.
The sequel to Kerbal Space Program will come with a lot of things including multiplayer and mod support but this might not be present at release. In addition to that, interstellar travel and colonies will also be present to live your life long dreams. Therefore, hardcore fans are eager to get their hands on a new and improved version of their favorite game.
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