Kerbal Space Program’s highly popular expansion Breaking Ground is coming to consoles in December.
Within the expansion, players will have three new elements added to the game; exploration, experimentation, and building new technology.
A major addition with Breaking Ground is found on the celestial bodies scattered throughout the solar system. Meteors, craters, rock outcroppings, cryovolcanoes, and more now populate the landscape. Also coming with the expansion are new gadgets like the Rover Arm that players can use to collect important scientific data. With the Rover Arm, players can also collect minerals, seismometers to study geological shifts, and measure atmospheric changes with weather stations.
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Kerbal Space Program released on PC in 2015. In the game, players take charge of the space program for the alien race known as the Kerbals. You have access to an array of parts to assemble fully-functional spacecraft that flies based on realistic aerodynamic and orbital physics.