Kerbal Space Program 2 Early Access Review: A Catastrophic Re-Entry in Spain
Kerbal Space Program 2 (KSP2) is a space flight simulator game developed by Squad and published by Private Division. It is the sequel to the critically acclaimed original game, Kerbal Space Program, and was released in early access on July 30, 2020. KSP2 is a sandbox-style game where players have the freedom to design and build their own spacecraft and explore the universe. The game is set in a fictional universe populated by an alien species called the Kerbals, and players must use their engineering and aeronautical skills to build and launch spacecraft to explore the stars.
KSP2 is currently in early access and has received mixed reviews from players. While some players have praised the game’s improved visuals and new features, others have criticized its lack of content and stability issues. The game is also still missing some features that were present in the original game, such as the ability to build and launch satellites.
One of the most noteworthy reviews of KSP2 came from a Spanish player who had a catastrophic re-entry experience. The player, who goes by the name of “Juan”, was attempting to launch a satellite into orbit. Unfortunately, his craft was not properly prepared for re-entry and as a result, Juan’s craft suffered a catastrophic failure and crashed into the ground.
The incident occurred during a live stream of the game, which was being broadcast by Juan’s Twitch channel. The stream quickly went viral and was shared on other social media platforms such as Reddit, Twitter and YouTube. The footage of the crash quickly gained traction and was viewed by millions of people.
The incident was particularly notable due to its timing. The launch took place just days after the game was released in early access, and the incident quickly became a cautionary tale for players who were considering purchasing the game.
Juan’s experience has since been used by some players as an example of why they should wait until the full release of the game before investing their money. While the incident did not reflect the overall quality of the game, it did highlight some of the issues that players have encountered in the early access version.
The incident has also been used to illustrate the importance of properly preparing a craft for re-entry, as well as the importance of doing extensive testing before launching a craft into space. It has also been used to emphasize the importance of patience and caution when playing KSP2.
Overall, the incident has had a significant impact on the perception of KSP2 in Spain and has been used to caution players about the risks of playing the game in its current state. While the game is still in early access and is missing some features, it is still a highly enjoyable and enjoyable game. Despite the incident, KSP2 is still a great game that offers a unique and exciting experience.