Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion Now Available for PC

New robotic parts, deployed science, surface features, and more
provide exciting ways to explore space

and Squad
today announced that Kerbal
Space Program: Breaking Ground

is now available for PC. Kerbal Space Program: Breaking
Ground Expansion
, the second expansion for the critically
acclaimed space sim, is an engaging, feature-rich content pack. This
expansion increases the objective possibilities once celestial bodies
have been reached by adding more interesting scientific endeavors and
expanding the toolset.

With Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion
players will have all new robotic parts that include hinges, rotors,
pistons, and more in a variety of different sizes. These parts encourage
the invention of deeply creative vehicles with further advanced
functionality than ever before.

Deployed science is another major addition of this expansion, which
enhances the experiments and data-collection objectives that have gone
hand-in-hand with space exploration. Players will be able to utilize a
storage container in their craft that can hold various pieces of science
equipment. Upon reaching their destination, players can deploy equipment
to monitor and collect data through assorted methods and relay it back
to Kerbin, the Kerbals’ home planet. One scientific instrument, the
active seismometer, even tasks players to deliberately crash
contraptions into a celestial body to gather seismic data!

Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion also
changes the experience players have when exploring celestial bodies. New
surface features are scattered across planets throughout the solar
system and can be scanned utilizing a new robotic arm attached to
rovers. These surface features include cryovolcanoes, meteors, craters,
and many more mysterious objects for players to investigate.
Additionally, the expansion includes a new futuristic
space suit for the Kerbals so they can travel space in style.

“We are always listening closely to the ever-expanding Kerbal
Space Program
Community, and Breaking Ground addresses
a long-requested aspect of the game that we have been working hard to
fulfill: compelling reasons to explore and research planets,” said
Nestor Gomez, Lead Producer at Squad. “Players now have even more
reasons to explore the celestial bodies of the solar system.”

“The creativity of the KSP community is something that never ceases to
amaze us,” said Michael Cook, Executive Producer at Private Division. “Kerbal
Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion
is packed with content
that we believe will add countless hours of fresh gameplay, as well as
generate some incredible new craft designs from players. We can’t wait
to see what they come up with.”

About Kerbal Space Program

In Kerbal Space Program, players take charge of the space
program for the alien race known as the Kerbals, and have access to an
array of parts to assemble a fully functional spacecraft that flies (or
doesn’t) based on realistic aerodynamic and orbital physics. Launch your
Kerbal crew into orbit and beyond (while keeping them alive) to explore
moons and planets in the Kerbol solar system, constructing bases and
space stations to expand the reach of your expedition.

Kerbal Space Program features three gameplay modes. In
Science Mode, players can perform space experiments to unlock new
technology and advance the knowledge of Kerbalkind. In Career Mode, you
can oversee every aspect of the space program, including construction,
strategy, funding, upgrades, and more. In Sandbox, players can build any
spacecraft that they can think of, with all parts and technology in the

Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion is now
available on PC for $14.99 (MSRP). Kerbal Space Program is
rated E for Everyone by the ESRB. For more information on Kerbal
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About Squad

Based in Mexico City, Squad are the developers of the critically
acclaimed space simulation game, Kerbal Space Program. Comprised
of an international team of talented, passionate and ambitious
individuals that love videogames, space, and science, they have
reinvented themselves into full-time video game development.

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Private Division is a developer-focused publisher that empowers
independent studios to develop the games that they are passionate about
creating, while providing the support that they need to make their
titles critically and commercially successful on a global scale. The
label publishes Kerbal Space Program and will publish upcoming
titles with renowned creative talent at studios including The Outer
from Obsidian Entertainment, Ancestors: The Humankind
from Panache Digital Games, an unannounced title from V1
Interactive, and more. Private Division is headquartered in New York
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