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Kerbal Space Program 2 has been delayed

Kerbal Space Program 2 was announced at Gamescom in August with an early 2020 release date. However, as always, game development is a dynamic job where problems can sneak up when you least expect them. With that in mind, the developers are going to need a bit more time, pushing Kerbal Space Program 2 into the FY2021 release calendar. 

Take-Two is publishing Kerbal Space Program 2 and as part of its latest earnings report, the publisher confirmed that the game is now part of the FY2021 release calendar. What this essentially means is that the game will no longer release between January and March 31st 2020 and will instead arrive sometime between April 2020 and March 31st 2021.

There are no further hints as to a narrower release window but given that the game was originally due in Q1, we’d expect a release date to fall closer to Summer 2020, rather than the end of the year or slipping into 2021.

Hopefully we’ll get a more specific target release window in a few months time. For now though, Kerbal Space Program 2 is still planned to release on PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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KitGuru Says: The original Kerbal Space Program was a huge success, so it makes sense to take as much time as necessary to polish up a full sequel. Are many of you looking forward to Kerbal Space Program 2? 

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