Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Publisher Private Division has announced a sequel to the popular space-faring simulator in Kerbal Space Program 2.
This time around the big new addition is multiplayer, meaning you'll be able to collaboratively share your rocketships and spacecraft creations with friends, as well as the new ability to build "without the constraints of planetary gravitation" for the first time, meaning structures will now be able to be much bigger than the first game. The sequel also promises "a host of new of improvements including updated planets and parts, additional modding support, and an improved tutorial experience."
There's a trailer, embedded below, and the game is set to release first on PC in Spring 2020, with a release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 to follow "shortly after".