Kerbal Space Program 2 is the successor to the video game that was still considered a real insider tip in 2015. Kerbal Space Program is known for scientifically correct presentation of the physics of space travel. For the sequel, Intercept Games plans to introduce interstellar voyages that will send players across the vast expanses of space on a scale never seen before.
Kerbal Space Program 2 is to be released this year, at least that's the known plan for the video game with its affinity for space realism. Intercept Games and publisher Private Division plan to launch the title for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Sandbox from the predecessor
Kerbal Space Program 2 also playfully uses the basic structure of its predecessor, which received a lot of praise from critics and fans. This was also reflected in the charts - even in the early access phase: Kerbal Space Program is one of the five best-selling games with the launch in the early program on Steam. The mixture of game and simulation with quite instructive content was well received.
The successor, Kerbal Space Program 2, was announced at Gamescom in 2019 and was originally intended for release in the following year. Nothing came of it: First, the game was postponed to the second half of 2021 and a new studio team was founded under Private Division, which took over the further development. The planned release is now in 2022, but the space game should also be released for Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
In a new video, the Kerbal Space Program 2 development team talks to Paul Gilster, author of Centauri Dreams, about the concepts and philosophies they consulted when developing interstellar travel. This feature video also includes in-depth information on the all-new travel systems, details on various propulsion engines, and much more.
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