Developer video explains how anomalies affect the design

Intercept Games has released the fourth developer video for Kerbal Space Program 2. It is mainly about anomalies in our galaxy and how these have influenced the design of the planets and other celestial bodies in the space simulation.

It also says: “With new expanded dispersion and terrain detail, there’s something special to explore on every planet. With a variety of environments ranging from vast deserts to towering mountain ranges, the celestial bodies are more complex than ever, offering unique challenges and unforgettable journeys for all players, especially players of KSP 1 can marvel at the great progress made compared to the original game.

In the developer video you can find detailed details about exploring the celestial bodies in Kerbal Space Program 2 and learn more about the different planets that you can discover on the journey to the stars. A particularly interesting fact is that all of these fictional planets not only potentially actually occur in our own galaxy, but on the advice of astrophysicists like Dr. Joel Green, who can be seen in the video. ”

A release of Kerbal Space Program 2 is not expected before April next year. The targeted systems are PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series.

Last current video: Episode 4 Celestial Architecting