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Kerbal Space Program 2 delayed to late 2021

Kerbal Space Program 2 by no means had a correct launch window, nevertheless it was scheduled to launch by the top of the 12 months. Now, it’s suffered a considerable delay, because the builders have introduced that the launch of Kerbal Space Program 2 has been pushed again to fall 2021, partially because of points working through the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are making an enormous, expansive sport loaded with new options, however doing so will take longer than we beforehand anticipated,” the devs say on Twitter. “With the whole lot happening on the earth at present because of the COVID-19 outbreak, we’re going through many distinctive challenges that require extra time to soundly iterate, create, take a look at, and make KSP2 as nice as it may be.”

The earlier Kerbal Space Program 2 launch date was set for someday between April 1, 2020 and the top of the 12 months. That window was revealed as a part of writer Take-Two’s final monetary report, and sure, at present’s announcement comes alongside one other spherical of financial disclosures.

We’re nonetheless getting new KSP content material this 12 months, because the free Shared Horizons replace for the unique is scheduled to launch in July.

Heads up Kerbonauts, we have a message from mission management for you.#KSP2 pic.twitter.com/aa1aTEloXG

— Kerbal Space Program (@KerbalSpaceP) May 20, 2020

There shall be house video games to get pleasure from within the meantime, however the void left by the KSP2 delay shall be huge as the ultimate frontier itself – right here’s hoping the longer improvement time ends in a greater sport and, extra importantly, retains the builders secure.

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