The game development team for Kerbal Space Program 2 has canceled another day. Monday, the fans informed the developers about the development of the long-delayed project, declaring that the sequel would be available for use on PC and on consoles later that year.
We are undertaking a technological complexity that we are taking this extra time to ensure that KSP2 performs on a wide range of hardware, has outstanding graphics, and is delivering excellent results. Intercept Games has built a stunning team that includes, as previously stated, key members from the founding team. The initial Kerbal Space Program was developed by Mark Hughes.
Nate Simpson, the creative director, released a video explaining the new release date and the delay, although it didn''t include much additional information.
The original Kerbal Space Program was designed by Squad, an unconventional international company headquartered in Mexico City, until Take Two acquired it in 2017. The sequel was announced in 2019, with Star Theory Games (formerly Uber Entertainment) being charged with development. Its this transition, along with the COVID-19 epidemic and the general complexity of the spaceflight simulation, which has resulted in several delays for the game.