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Kerbal Space Program 2 postponed to 2022

Announced during Gamescom 2019, Kerbal Space Program 2 is a title that continues to experience a period of development hell, caused not only by the global pandemic but also by some internal conflicts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiIea1xWEgY After the postponement to autumn ...
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Kerbal Space Program 2, Take-Two fires the studio and continues development internally

From an article by Bloomberg we learn about a particular story that has Take-Two Interactive as its protagonist. The company basically canceled the contract with the developers of ...
Kerbal Space Program 2

Kerbal Space Program 2 - Postponed to 2021

Kerbal Space Program 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the space simulation title announced last year at Gamescom, also fell victim to the Coronavirus emergency, forcing the publisher Private Division to announce the postponement. https://twitter.com/KerbalSpaceP/status/1263190715141627904 Through a press release, the team of ...
Kerbal Space Program 2

Kerbal Space Program 2, the development will be entrusted to another study

There has been a change in the development of Kerbal Space Program 2. The publisher, Take-Two-Two and Private Division, have announced that a new studio will be responsible for the Kerbal space program. Located in Seattle, the unnamed developer ...
Kerbal Space Program 2

Kerbal Space Program 2 announced at gamescom 2019

All eyes in the world of video games are currently concentrated on Cologne, Germany, for the gamescom 2019. During the ceremony many new games were announced and one of them is the ...

Nintendo Switch Online - Paper Mario Coming for 10 ...

We know that the Nintendo Switch Online Add-on Package has obviously started off on the wrong foot, amid controversy over price and actual performance ...

Sons of The Forest, release date announced with a new trailer

Sons of the Forest finally has a release date. The sequel to the famous Endnight Games survival will officially arrive on the market on May 20 ...

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