Private Division and Squad have announced a partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) to launch new free* content for Kerbal Space Program called Shared Horizons, celebrating the ESA’s contributions to space exploration.
Shared Horizons includes two missions recreating ESA ventures, the Ariane 5 rocket, ESA-themed space suits for Kerbals, as well as new parts and science experiments. BepiColombo, the first mission, will allow players to recreate the joint expedition of the same name to Mercury. The second mission, Rosetta, will have players gathering important data about comets.
Shared Horizons will come to the PC version of Kerbal Space Program on July 1, with the update slated to hit consoles later this year.
*Free Shared Horizons update requires the Kerbal Space Program base game. Check out kerbalspaceprogram.com for the latest details.
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