Private sector Has announced a Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition coming soon PS5 with Xbox Series X/S Later this year.
Kerbal Space Program is a space simulation game that has become viral for many times. It has a history of 10 years today. To celebrate Private Division, it announced that it will launch a new generation of updates this fall.
Following the game’s launch on consoles in 2018, the new update will provide mouse and keyboard support, as well as “upgraded resolution, improved frame rate, advanced shaders, better textures and additional performance improvements.”
The new version of the game will run at 1440p on a new generation of machines, and the Xbox Series S will output at 1080p as you might expect. Anyone who already owns the game on a console can upgrade for free, or if you are just starting (or taking off!) fresh, it will cost $39.99.
In addition, the 10th anniversary also comes with a new patch for the PC version of the game. Version 1.12 will include:
- A new maneuver tool application for creating maneuver nodes for transfer between bodies
- New slim suit options
- New parts: firework launcher and solar panel
- An alarm clock to help players keep track of important events
- New Easter eggs scattered around the solar system waiting to be discovered
If you are still excited about the follow-up “Kerbal Space Program 2”, then you may wait longer. Last year, publisher Take-Two announced on the fourth quarter earnings conference call that it would postpone the game until the fall of 2021. As early as 2020, the development of Kerbal Space Program 2 was transferred to a new internal studio, taking it away from the previous developer Star Theory.
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