One of the most unique games available on the PC is heading to Xbox One: Kerbal Space Program. Having been in Steam’s Early Access program since 2011, Kerbal Space Program officially launched this past April, giving players the opportunity to build, launch and fly spacecraft to help the Kerbals fulfill their ultimate desire to conquer space.
For those that aren’t aware of Kerbal Space Program, you’ll have access to a massive collection of parts to construct your spacecraft to your hearts desire. Obviously the goal of the game is to create a functional ship to take the Kerbals to space, but some might find it even more fun to create a spacecraft that doesn’t fly at all! The game features different game modes, like the Career mode that has you managing and expanding your own Space Center. Like other simulation games, there’s also a Sandbox mode if you’re only interested in flying and discovering the Kerbal universe without restrictions. In between the two modes is a Science mode that has players undertaking various scientific activities without having to worry about the contract, fund and reputation systems in Career mode.
The Xbox One won’t be the only current-generation system that will benefit from Kerbal Space Program, as the developer will also be porting the game to the PlayStation 4. No release date for either ports have been announced.