Kerbal Space Program is finally getting a v1.0 launch

Here's a NASAcery date for your diary.

Sci-fi sandbox Kerbal Space Program has at last received a version 1.0 release date.


After years in playable alpha and beta, Kerbal will fully launch on 27th April.

If you're interested, you can probably save some money by picking it up before then - it's available for PC and Mac via Steam Early Access.

Also - hardcore Kerbal fans take note - a physical edition of the game will be the next Gamer's Edition (that's the time-limited special edition venture from Gamer Network - the company which also publishes this website).

Announcing the date via a post on its official forum, developer Squad also revealed a new teaser trailer:

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