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Squad has confirmed that Kerbal Space Program will be coming to PlayStation 4 on July 12th.

“In KSP, we put you in charge of the recently launched space program for a fun and clever alien race ? the Kerbals,” CEO Ezequiel Ayarza wrote. “These little guys are counting on you to build spaceships, rockets, and vehicles that can take off and hold on during fun space travel missions, without hurting them in the process?

“You?ll have a collection of parts and tools to accomplish this, each one with unique functionalities that will affect your ship and its chances of taking off (or crashing).”

The game offers three modes of play: Sandbox, in which players can build whatever they want; Science Mode, which lets players perform scientific experiments to advance the knowledge of Kerbals; and Career Mode, in which players control every aspect of the space program, including crew management, reputation building, and more.

“Flying your vessel has never been so fun in KSP ? using the triggers and sticks on DualShock 4, you can have a more precise analog experience to make advanced maneuvers with your aircraft,” Ayarza adds.

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Source: PlayStation Blog


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Kerbal Space Program crashes onto PlayStation 4 soon

PlayStation 4 owners. It's almost time to help the Kerbals get to space.

By Matthew Bennett | 07/8/2016 10:31 AM PT

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Squad has confirmed that Kerbal Space Program will be coming to PlayStation 4 on July 12th.

“In KSP, we put you in charge of the recently launched space program for a fun and clever alien race ? the Kerbals,” CEO Ezequiel Ayarza wrote. “These little guys are counting on you to build spaceships, rockets, and vehicles that can take off and hold on during fun space travel missions, without hurting them in the process?

“You?ll have a collection of parts and tools to accomplish this, each one with unique functionalities that will affect your ship and its chances of taking off (or crashing).”

The game offers three modes of play: Sandbox, in which players can build whatever they want; Science Mode, which lets players perform scientific experiments to advance the knowledge of Kerbals; and Career Mode, in which players control every aspect of the space program, including crew management, reputation building, and more.

“Flying your vessel has never been so fun in KSP ? using the triggers and sticks on DualShock 4, you can have a more precise analog experience to make advanced maneuvers with your aircraft,” Ayarza adds.

Read More

Source: PlayStation Blog



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89