The first version of Kerbal Space Program was released on June 24, 2011, and in March 2013, it entered the Steam Early Access program and was released on April 27, 2015. This development process, which has been going on for more than 10 years, has come to an end with the big 1. 12. 2 update released this week.
From this point on, Squad will focus on Kerbal Space Program 2 with Private Division.
Supporting a game for 10 years and enriching it with patches and content is a big event in itself. That’s why the Squad should be congratulated. However, although it is said that the development of the game has come to an end, Squad also says that “we can release small patches if there is a great need.” In other words, if there is a big flaw in the game, Squad will not leave it like this.
A massive 1.12 update was released this year to celebrate the game’s 10th anniversary. With this new 1. 12. 2 patch, some new features and bug fixes that did not fit in that update came to the game.
Kerbal Space Program 2 is expected to launch in 2022.