When Kerbal Space Program 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the beloved physics-based space sim, releases in 2022, it will include some new features that will make it more inclusive for new players.
The Kerbal Space Program from Intercept Games and the Private Division, which today celebrates its 10th anniversary, is a game in which players take charge of the alien space program known as Kerbals, which has earned a reputation for being challenging and scientifically accurate. aspects that will remain in the sequel. However, one of Intercept Games’ top priorities for the new game is to make it more appealing to new players, according to the developer’s latest YouTube video.
The first game enjoyed great success and popularity thanks to its realistic physics engine and the ability to combine science with farce. However, this time around, the game developers have added tutorials, additional emotes, and new hairstyles to make the game more fun and exciting for casual players who may not have any pre-existing knowledge of rocket science or physics.
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A sequel release date was supposed to be set for 2020, but the need for a reliable and perfect game, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic, pushed that release back to 2022. So fans and critics alike will have to wait. enjoy the sequel until next year.
Nate Simpson, the game’s creative director, said, “We hear over and over from this community that quality is paramount and we feel the same way.”
“It’s not enough to provide a bunch of new features,” added Simpson. “These functions need to be combined into a stable, polished whole. We’re creating a solid foundation on which players and modders can build for another ten years or more. This includes solving problems that have never been addressed before, and that takes time. “
Simpson also promised teasers for the new game, such as videos, images and dev diaries, in an attempt to “help make 2021 a little faster” for fans of the game.
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