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Kerbal Space Program 2 slide to fiscal year 2021: Take-Two explains the reasons for the delay

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In the course of the last meeting with the shareholders of Take-Two, which has certified the success of GTA 5 and Borderlands 3, president Karl Slatoff confirmed the slip to the fiscal year 2021 for the period of the output indicative of Kerbal Space Program 2.

Announced during the Opening Night Live from the Gamescom with a spectacular trailer in kinematics, the ambitious “simulator of space agency” Star Theory and Private Division would have to see the light in the spring of 2020.

The new window of marketing which is secured by Take-Two coincides, therefore, with the fiscal year 2021, corresponding to the period from April 2020 to march 2021. To offer further clarification in this regard is the same as the president of the colossus videogame us when he says: “Kerbal Space Program 2, the sequel to the beloved space simulator , is now scheduled for launch on PC, PS4 and Xbox One in fiscal year 2021 in order to give developers the necessary time to make the gaming experience as exceptional as possible.”

The postponement of the date for the release of Kerbal Space Program 2 never seizes to surprise fans of the series, especially because of the long development time required to the authors of the masterpiece in the sandbox of the original, the team Squad. To determine this postponement may have been the amount of new content promessaci Star Theory, including the modules for the colonization of alien planets (also through sex between astronauts!), multiplayer functionality advanced and profound improvements to the graphics.

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