Intercept Games and Private Division have released a new developer diary for Kerbal Space Program 2 , dedicated to a new game feature: interplanetary travel. The sequel to the popular rocket science sim will be bigger and deeper than the original, with a ton of new features and challenges in store.
In a new video diary, the developers talked about why they decided to send players on an interstellar journey, what problems it caused in the process of work, and what awaits the players.
In addition, the developers sought to make the gameplay more convenient. They added animated tutorials to make it easier for players to understand the game’s systems. In addition, the game uses new generation technology, including improved boosters and engines.
Kerbal Space Program 2 was planned to be released back in 2020, but this was prevented by the coronavirus pandemic. There is no new release date for the game yet.