The long-awaited sequel to indie hit Kerbal Space Program is coming next year.
In development from Star Theory and Private Division, Kerbal Space Program 2 has been completely re-designed from the ground up “to meet the needs of modern and next-generation space exploration,” according to its Steam page. The sequel will see players build a space program, construct spacecrafts, design resource-gathering colonies, and uncover the secrets of the galaxy.
Players can also expect new animated tutorials, improved UI, and new colonies that face their own physics and resource-gathering challenges. Eventually colonies can become advanced enough to begin building their own vehicular constructions and search even deeper into space through interstellar travel. Kerbal Space Program 2 will also finally include the long-requested addition of multiplayer. Multiplayer info will be detailed at a later date.
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