Kerbal Space Program Turns 10 with New Announcements

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Jordan Smith

Publish Date:

24 Jun 2021

Kerbal Space Program is going next-gen with an all-new enhanced edition for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. The upgrade for next-gen consoles will be for those who own the game on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, so long as they upgrade with that same console. Kerbal Space Program will run at 1440p on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, along with further stabilisation, improved shaders and framerates, faster loading times, along with mouse and keyboard support for the consoles. No release date has been given for this upgrade yet. All that has been stated is this autumn.

PC Players will also be receiving the final update for Kerbal Space Program, which releases today and will feature which brings several improvements to the game, including a new manoeuvre tool, a new slim suit, new firework dispensers as well as solar panel parts, an alarm clock to help players keep track of important events, and new Easter eggs to be found around the solar system

Kerbal Space Program celebrates its 10th year today when it was first released. Since then, we have seen many new features added to Kerbal Space Program. In these 10 years, Publishers Take-Two Interactive also announced Kerbal Space Program 2, which will be coming launching next year on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Unfortunately, we have had no news for the sequel, which is being developed by Intercept games.

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