Kerbal Space Program has been a beloved hit space simulation title where players craft up unique spaceships in hopes of successfully reaching orbit and landing safely back to earth. Now that the game has been around for several years, it was only time for the game to receive a proper sequel. Earlier this year Kerbal Space Program 2 was announced and intended to release into the market early next year. Now it appears that the game has been hit with a delay.
Kerbal Space Program 2 is supposed to bring in plenty of new and exciting content that would expand on the franchise. It would feature everything we loved about the original Kerbal Space Programs while adding new ways for the Kerbals to traverse and even the ability to build up colonies. While the game was intended to release early 2020, it seems that the development studio needed a bit more time to make the game great.
During an investor call, Take-Two president Karl Slatoff announced Kerbal Space Program 2 being delayed with the new launch window of the first fiscal year in 2021. That means this installment could launch anywhere from the start of April 2020 to the end of March of 2021. This is again allowing the development studio to make a great video game experience for players.
Source: PC Gamer