Private division Announced Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition I’m coming to PS5 And Xbox series X / S Later this year.
The Kerbal Space Program has announced a new generation of updates scheduled for this fall to celebrate the Private Division, a space simulation game that has been a hot topic for over a decade now.
After the game was released on the console in 2018, the new updates include mouse and keyboard support in addition to “improved resolution, increased frame rate, advanced shaders, improved textures, improved performance”. It will be.
The new version of the game runs at 1440p on new generation machines, and the Xbox Series S outputs at 1080p as expected. The upgrade is free for anyone who already owns the game on the console, or reverts to $ 39.99 if you jump in (or take off!) Newly.
In addition, the 10th anniversary comes with a new patch for the PC version of the game. Version 1.12 includes:
- New maneuver tool app for creating interbody transfer maneuver nodes
- New slim suit option
- New parts: fireworks dispenser and solar panel
- Alarm clock to help players track important events
- New easter eggs scattered around the solar system to discover
If you’re still excited about the follow-up Kerbal Space Program 2, you’ll probably have to wait a little longer. Last year, publisher Take-Two announced in its fourth-quarter earnings announcement that the game would be postponed to fall 2021. The development of Kerbal Space Program 2 was moved to a new in-house studio in early 2020, leaving the hands of former developer Star Theory.