I’ve never really dabbled in Early Access games before, Kerbal Space Program was the exception. The thought of running my own space exploration center just seemed too good to pass up. I put in a few hours into the PC version and had some fun trying to make it to the Mun, unfortunately most of my attempts were unsuccessful. The dream died after a while and on the back burner it went until I heard that they were porting the game to consoles. Suddenly my interest had piqued, Kerbal on a platform I play 95% of the time? Too good to be true I said. I was right, the final release on PlayStation 4 suffers from performance issues and bugs that quickly put a damper on the game.
Owners of Kerbal Space Program are in for a treat as the newest update brings the game to 0.17 of Alpha and introduces many new features.
Kerbal Space Program is currently under development, but already offers a solid play experience as a sandbox.
This is a full version update. The 0.13.3 version is available for free as a downloadable demo, but only the full (paid) version will continue to be updated with new features.
You can order the full version of the game now for $18 USD. This amount will increase as development progresses, so by ordering early you can get the game at a very discounted price.