Kerbal Space Program Moves from Alpha into Beta, is Now 'Scope Complete'

Kerbal Space Program, the space flight simulator from developer Squad, has finally moved from Alpha into Beta development on Steam Early Access. The game is now “scope complete,” having every major feature that was planned for the game incorporated.

In an announcement post on Kerbal Space Program‘s Steam Community page, the developers have said that now that the game is in Beta, “development will shift focus from implementating new systems to improving the existing ones, adding content, polish, balancing and bug fixing.” The new update is the largest one Kerbal Space Program has seen in nearly three years and takes the game to version 0.90.0. New features include upgradable facilities, Kerbal experience and skills, new biomes, an editor overhaul and much more.

For a better perspective on the Kerbal Space Program‘s new features in this ‘Beta Than Ever’ update, you checkout the 0.90.0 teaser trailer that Squad released this past weekend below. You can now enjoy the beta version of Kerbal Space Program on PC for $29.99 on Steam Early Access.

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