While fans are impatiently waiting for news on the development of Kerbal Space Program 2, the authors of Squad surprised its fans by announcing Shared Horizons, a free expansion for the first KSP in collaboration with the European Space Agency.

The new add-on pack, downloadable for free for anyone who owns a copy of Kerbal Space Program, it introduces the two missions planned by ESA. The first, BepiColombo, will play the joint mission of ESA and the japanese space agency (JAXA), aimed toexplore Mercury. The second, Rosetta, will simulate the historic mission that has seen as protagonist the eponymous satellite and the lander Philae in accometaggio of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko took place in 2016.

In addition to these two activities, the “simulator space agency” published by the Private Division will see the entrance of the modular pieces of the rocket Ariane 5, a space suit custom kerbonauti, of new components and of a scientific experiment unprecedented.

The launch of Shared Horizons is scheduled for July 1 on a PC: owners of the console versions of Kerbal Space Program on the PS4 and Xbox One will receive this expansion through an update, which should arrive by the end of the year, also in this case in a totally free of charge.