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Kerbal Space Program 2 Announced at Gamescom 2019, Blasts off in 2020

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Kerbal Space Program 2 got announced during Gamecom 2019’s Opening Night live stream. We see our little Kerbals are ready for another lunar adventure!

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There’s a new space program for all of you excited engineers eager to get their people to the moon. Their adorable Kerbals, that is. Kerbal Space Program 2 is happening, which got announced at Gamescom Opening Night live stream for 2019. The title is likely to arrive sometime in 2020.

The program looked far more advanced than the first game, featuring a highly scientific city compared to the more modern ones shown in the first game.

We did not receive too many details about the game, other than a brand new trailer along with learning it’s set to release sometime in 2020. The game is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Check out the quick trailer below. We’re going to update this page as learn more, but it looks like the developers have little to show, at this time. We’re likely to get receive more information sometime in the fall as the team behind the game settle on an official release date.

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Zack Palm is the Senior Writer of Gamepur and has spent over five years covering video games, and earned a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Oregon State University. He spends his free time biking, running tabletop campaigns, and listening to heavy metal. His primary game beats are Pokémon Go, Destiny 2, Final Fantasy XIV, and any newly released title, and he finds it difficult to pull away from any Star Wars game.