Kerbal Space Program 2 was announced back in August and promises to be a big expansion of the first game, featuring more places to explore as well as including new vehicles to traverse new worlds. The first game featured really in-depth rocket building that would either result in great triumphs or hilarious failures and the game became a bit of a cult hit among engineering types.
The game was slated for release during Take-Two Interactive’s 2020 fiscal year which ends on March 31, 2020 but during Take-Two’s recent investors call, it was stated that the game will release during the 2021 fiscal year which runs from the 1st of April 2020 to March 31, 2021. That means the game is facing a pretty substantial delay into somewhere in 2020.
It’s likely the game can even be delayed into 2021, but I highly doubt that will be the case. So sadly any enterprising rocket scientists need to wait a little longer before they can send their cute little Kerbals into space.
Source: PC Gamer