Private Division and Squad announced that the free* Kerbal Space Program: Shared Horizons update is now available on PC, with console version planned to release in Spring 2020.
Developed in close collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA), the update adds two cornerstone missions led by Europe’s chief space organization, the landmark Ariane 5 rocket, an ESA-themed space suit for Kerbals, new parts, and science experiments for players to conduct. The BepiColombo mission recreates ESA’s ongoing joint mission to Mercury with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency while the Rosetta mission commemorates landing on a Jupiter-family comet.
For more information about the update check KSP Loading…: Sharing Horizons with ESA post on the official KSP forums.
The free* Shared Horizons update is a contribution to the continued support for the beloved space simulation game which celebrates its 9th anniversary this year. To follow the anniversary celebration, subscribe to their YouTube channel, follow them on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.
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*Shared Horizons update requires the Kerbal Space Program base game.