Kerbal Space Program 2 Has Been Delayed to 2023

Kerbal Space Program 2

The team behind the keenly anticipated Kerbal Space Program 2 has announced that the game is being delayed. The PC version will be arriving in early 2023 according to a new video put out by the developers. The console version will come at some indistinct point afterward.

As will come as no surprise, the game is being delayed to “ensure we hit the quality and level of polish it deserves”.

We are building a game of tremendous technological complexity, and are taking this additional time to ensure we hit the quality and level of polish it deserves. We remain focused on making sure KSP2 performs well on a variety of hardware, has amazing graphics, and is rich with content. We’ve built a spectacular team at Intercept Games – a team that includes, as previously mentioned, key members from the development team behind the original Kerbal Space Program. We have the perfect combination of experienced, passionate, and skilled developers to fully realize this game’s ambitious potential.

We are forever grateful to the KSP community for sticking with us on this journey, and we appreciate your continued support as we push toward the finish line. We can’t wait for everyone to play the game, and we’ll keep sharing more information with you in the coming months.

Check out the Kerbal Space Program 2 official site to participate in the thread about the announcement.

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Suzie is an avid gamer and has been since 1995. She lives in the desert with her own personal minion while dreaming of pixel worlds beyond Earth.

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