Shared Horizons update releases for Kerbal Space Program 1.10 on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Squad. The game also has a massive discount on Steam right now. Including a huge sale on the Complete Edition.
The free Kerbal Space Program 1.10: Shared Horizons update releases now. Available on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Developed in close collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA). Since the update adds two cornerstone missions. These are led by Europe’s chief space organization, the landmark Ariane 5 rocket. There is also an ESA themed space suit for Kerbals. Likewise, you can expect new parts and science experiments for players to conduct. The BepiColombo mission recreates ESA’s ongoing joint mission to Mercury. Which also includes the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. While the Rosetta mission honors the landing on a Jupiter family comet.
Kerbal Space Program 1.10: Shared Horizons is the game’s latest major update. Due to continue with efforts to enrich the KSP experience. Build a kerbalized version of the renowned and powerful Ariane 5 heavy launch vehicle. While you visit comets and push the limits of space exploration. Including a host of new additions to the game. That not only give you more things to do, but also make the game look and perform better. With a bunch of bug fixes and quality of life improvements. Which you can check out in Kerbal Space Program.
Kerbal Space Program: Shared Horizons
Kerbal Space Program 1.10: Shared Horizons includes several new variants to match ESA’s style! Decorate your vehicles with a variety of flag parts. Which can be attached to your liking. While taking the brand new Magnetometer Boom along with the MTO and MPO. So you can out scientific experiments on Moho or beyond. Capture asteroids and comets with the Advanced Grabbing Unit Jr. Which is a smaller and versatile version of the “Klaw”. Additionally, there are also new variants of some tanks and SRBs. Including the “Poodle” Liquid Fuel Engine and decouplers. Plus, fairings have not only new variants. But even include some updated functionality as well.
Shared Horizons is available thanks to our collaboration with ESA. You can test and carry out KSP versions of the historic BepiColombo and Rosetta missions. Drop a lander module on the surface of a comet. Then visit the innermost planet of the solar system. Studying its magnetosphere and surface characteristics, all in the name of science. Best of all, the Making History and Breaking Ground expansions are not required to play these missions. So all you need is the game game.
For more information about the update check KSP Loading…: Shared Horizons with ESA post on the official KSP forums. And besides Steam. Kerbal Space Program is also available at regular price ($39.99 USD) on Humble Store and GOG. With support for Linux, Mac and Windows PC.