Kerbal Space Program DLC History and Parts Pack Launches on Consoles

Posted by | March 28, 2019 | News, PlayStation 4, Video, Xbox One | No Comments

Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition received its first DLC today. The History and Parts Pack is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $9.99. Kerbal Space Program is also available on PC (Steam).

The History and Parts Pack includes 10 new missions as well as several new launch sites, parts, and a new suit for your daring Kerbals. All of the new content is themed around real historical events and eras, such as the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union. The new Mun Launch Site is only available exclusively on the console version of Kerbal Space Program.

The bulk of the History and Parts Pack DLC was released last year for PC as “Making History.” The PC DLC costs $14.99 and also included a mission builder to create your own missions.

“Our team is full of massive fans of space exploration, and it’s exciting to bring content inspired by one of the most monumental times in our history to Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition,” said Michael Cook, Executive Producer, Private Division. “The History and Parts Pack equips console players to relive and reinvent the glory days of the Space Race in the beloved fun and tradition of the Kerbal universe.”

Kerbal Space Program originally launched on PC in 2015, and has been praised as a space launch simulator rooted in real world physics and science. It was ported to consoles in 2016. An Enhanced Edition was released last year as the game was purchased by Take-Two and supported by their then new indie-focused label, Private Division.

Kerbal Space Program: History and Parts is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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