Kerbal Space Program 2 is finally releasing into early access February 24 next year, after experiencing numerous delays.
The sequel to the 2015 space flight simulator was meant to launch in early 2021, but was delayed, then delayed again to 2022, and finally a third time to 2023. But a specific date is now locked in, with players able to dig into the game on PC via Steam or the Epic Games Store early next year.
Developer Intercept Games released a 14-minute-long video going into some more detail about the game, announcing the early access release, and explaining why it’s decided to take this route. “I cannot overstate how important it is for me to hear what people think about this thing we’re creating,” explained creative director Nate Simpson. “We’ve been working in a vacuum for quite a while, this is a rare opportunity to actually find out how we’ve been doing.”
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Author: Oisin Kuhnke