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Kerbal Space Program 2 Delayed to Fall 2021, Due to 'Unique Challenges'

Kerbal Space Program 2 was initially slated to launch someday this spring. Those plans have modified, nonetheless. The sequel’s growth crew and writer Private Division are pushing the title again by properly over a 12 months. As such, Kerbal Space Program 2 will now come to the PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on an unspecified date in fall 2021.

Fans acquired phrase of the delay through Twitter post on KSP’s official account. The text-laden tweet explains the Kerbal Space Program follow-up is an bold enterprise. In flip, coronavirus-related challenges are making it troublesome for the crew to see its imaginative and prescient by means of to completion in as well timed a fashion as deliberate. An excerpt from the publish reads partially,

We are making an enormous, expansive recreation loaded with new options, however doing so will take longer than we beforehand anticipated. With every thing happening on the earth because of the COVID-19 outbreak, we’re dealing with many distinctive challenges that require extra time to securely iterate, create, check, and make Kerbal Space Program 2 as as nice as it may be. We perceive this isn’t the information you have been hoping to see, however in the end we have to make the perfect choice for the event of Kerbal Space Program 2.

Earlier this 12 months, Private Division, a Take-Two Interactive subsidiary, opened a new studio devoted to the event of the house flight sim. Key members from the sequel’s authentic crew all joined the brand new publisher-owned developer, together with Studio Head Jeremy Ables, Creative Director Nate Simpson, and Lead Producer Nate Robinson.

[Source: Kerbal Space Program on Twitter]


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