We have some sad news for our fellow space geeks – Kerbal Space Program 2 has been delayed. And it’s not just a slight delay. According to Take-Two Interactive, the game is now scheduled for the 2021 fiscal year release which means that we won’t get a new Kerbal game for at least a year. For all we know, the new launch can be set for 2021s March… Sucks, right?
Well, the president of Take-Two Interactive, Karl Slatoff, said that the company wants to make the game great hence the delay is not just a slight push of the current date.
“Kerbal Space Program 2, the sequel to the beloved original space sim, is now planned for launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, in fiscal 2021, in order to allow more time to make the experience as terrific as possible.”
The sequel to the popular space simulation game was announced back in August and was set to be released in early 2020, but having in mind the fact that the sequel promises a lot of new things, the delay shouldn’t be surprising. According to the announcement, Kerbal Space Program 2 will bring new interstellar vehicles, include a colony builder and much more cool stuff we were missing in the first game. So naturally, this much content takes a lot of time to make.
However, you can reduce your sadness level by playing some cool DLC expansions of the first Kerbal Space Program game. These will keep you busy while we wait for more news about Kerbal Space Program 2.