Ten years ago, ingenious little aliens presented themselves on the PC and asked you to help them build a working rocket. Today, for this anniversary, Private Division has something that will make fans fly.
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Kerbal Space Program Update 1.12, known as Final Approach on PC Today. The improvements are numerous with new tools, a unique suit, parts, an alarm not to forget the important events and many other things for players to discover now. But that’s not all that has marked the way since its release on June 24, 2011. And we’re not talking about merchandising in the publisher’s store.
And yet it moves
The consoles don’t lag behind. This fall, PS5 and Xbox Series X | S owners can enjoy an enhanced version of the Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition (for $ 39.99).
Nestor Gomez, Production Manager at Squad, talks about it:
Playing the Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X brings tremendous technological advances and high definition 1440p games, as well as an improved refresh rate compared to older versions of the consoles. The Xbox Series S runs the Kerbal Space Program at 1080p and also has a better refresh rate. The additional system memory that is present on these consoles enables a more stable gaming experience as well as an increase in the number of parts allowed on the devices and devices of the players. This version uses improved shaders and textures for an impressive overall graphic rendering.
All of this leads to the angry question: and Kerbal Space Program 2? Don’t panic, always planned for 2022, during Take-Two’s fiscal year 2023, so not before April 1st it will not only be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, but also for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S published. We don’t stop science.