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Kerbal Space Program 2 Early Access Launch Cinematic Released

Players can experience Intercept Games and Private Division’s Kerbal Space Program 2 with today’s Early Access release of the game.

Kerbal Space Program 2 was built to meet the demands of modern and next-generation space exploration, all while keeping the foundations of the first game in place.

In this title, players are tasked with building a space program, constructing powerful spacecraft, and navigating expansive celestial bodies as one explores cosmic mysteries. Colonies with their own physics challenges have been included.

See it for yourself with the trailer below:

Kerbal Space Program 2 Early Access Launch Cinematic

According to Steam, the title will stay in Early Access until the team feels the title and its full feature set are at their desired level of quality. However, a roadmap has been created for their Steam page here and their social channels will provide regular updates.

Source: Steam, YouTube
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