All of you, fans of the Kerbal Space Program, will have to wait a bit until getting to space, with the sequel of the space flight simulator Kerbal Space Program.
The makers of the Kerbal Space Program, Private Division, has announced that the release has been pushed back to fall 2021.
They wrote a statement: “As you all know, we’ve been working hard to make the best and most authentic KSP sequel possible. This is an ambitious goal. We are making a big, expansive game loaded with new features, but doing so will take longer than we previously anticipated. With everything going on in the world today due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we’re facing many unique challenges that require more time to safely iterate, create, test and make KSP2 as great as it can be
The launch has been delayed with over a year from the early releases – it was supposed to be released from March 2020 early 2021 because of the pandemic.
Kerbal Space Program 2 is a sequel to the popular KSB, in which players build and design their own rockets with the goal of space exploration in mind. The sequel also included interstellar exploration and comes with new technologies, such as torch ships and nuclear propulsion. So as of now, you’ll have to stick to the original Kerbal Space Program. But there also new things that are coming to the original game.
The Shared Horizons expansion
Just last month, Private Division has announced that they have made the team with the European Space Agency for working on a new expansion called Shared Horizons. This one will allow players to recreate European Space flights, like the Rosetta comet mission. Its expansion will be free for all the owners of the game, and it will be launched on the 1st of July 2020.