May 21
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Kerbal Space Program 2 has been delayed to fall 2021 due to the “unique challenges” of development during the covid-19 pandemic. The slapstick space flight simulator, which was originally scheduled for a 2020 release, will reportedly introduce interstellar travel.

May 18
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Kerbal Space Program is getting new DLC this summer that will have you journey to Mercury. Called “Shared Horizons,” it was made in conjunction with the European Space Agency to simulate past and future missions. It arrives July 1 on PC and later on consoles.

Aug 19 2019
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Kerbal Space Program is getting a sequel. Announced during today’s Gamescom opening presentation, Kerbal Space Program 2 will be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One next year.

May 31 2017
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Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar and 2K, said today that it has purchased the space flight simulator Kerbal Space Program. “The current team at [developer] Squad will continue to provide support and ongoing development for the title through game updates and expansions,” the company said.

Aug 6 2015
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Redditor Mega_Dunsparce took several ridiculous photoshopped planes, then went and turned them into working aircraft in Kerbal Space Program. There’s a couple more examples below, and for the whole bunch, you can check out the relevant threads here, here and here on Reddit.

Apr 27 2015
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Kerbal Space Program, one of the best-loved Early Access games ever, is officially “complete.” The wacky spacecraft construction sim just hit version 1.0, bringing with it a complete flight model overhaul, a heating simulation, and resource mining, among other things. It’s the game’s biggest update to date, apparently.

Dec 16 2014
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With its latest update, Kerbal Space Program has entered beta, inching ever closer to a full release. 0.90.0 augments progression by including a level-up system for both Kerbals and buildings, and adds some new content like extra biomes and spaceship parts. You can watch a walkthrough of 0.90.0's contents above.

Dec 1 2014
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Well of course there's a Kerbal Space Program version of the new Star Wars trailer. It's a bit simplistic, yes, but keep in mind that this was done in a spaceship-building sandbox game. Considering that, it's pretty impressive how similar it turned out. You can check out the video below.

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