From Press Release:
Time to strap on a new and customizable spacesuit as a whole new adventure awaits console players in Kerbal Space Program with the Breaking Ground Expansion which launches December 5th. The console version brings all of the fantastic features previously released on PC and will provide a ton of content and new ways to play for current Kerbal fans and those who are blasting off to the Mun for the first time!
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion brings three major elements for potential Kerbonauts: exploration, experimentation, and building new technology. Let’s take a deeper look at these features.
In Breaking Ground there has been a number of updates to celestial bodies with revamped and redesigned landscapes. Players will see a host of new and interesting surface features to find like the plumes emerging from a cryovolcano on Vall to the craters on Moho. There are plenty of new discoveries to be made! In the expansion, players can study these new formations, craters, and minerals which will reward them with insightful scientific data to further their reach in the solar system.
To maximize these discoveries, the Kerbals have devised a variety of new scientific tools to help understand the mysteries of the galaxy. Players will utilize new deployed science tools such as a Rover Arm to collect minerals, seismometers to study geological shifts, and measure atmospheric changes with weather stations.
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion will also provide brand new robotic parts that will allow for even more complex crafts and vehicles than ever possible before in the Kerbolar system. Players will have rotors, hinges, pistons, and more in a variety of sizes that all provide advanced motor functions with limitless potential and the definite possibility of hilarious explosive failures along the way.
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion will launch on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems on December 5th for $14.99. For all information regarding Kerbal Space Program go to KerbalSpaceProgram.com, subscribe on