Take-Two Interactive, the homeowners of each Rockstar and 2K Games, have acquired a smaller however no much less prestigious property with the acquisition of Kerbal Space Program.
We reckon Kerbal Space Program is among the best indie games on PC.
The information was introduced on the Kerbal Space Program blog and in a press release from Take-Two. Reaction on Steam is on the adverse aspect of combined, with anticipated feedback alongside the traces of ‘RIP KSP’ tempered by just a few others arguing that, hey, at the very least Take-Two aren’t EA.
Likely having anticipated such issues, KSP devs Squad insist that “this big news doesn’t change much” for his or her followers. The present crew are nonetheless in place, nonetheless engaged on KSP and its updates, “but now we are fortunate enough to do so with the help of an experienced publisher like Take-Two”.
For their half, Take-Two head of company growth Michael Worosz insists that his firm are dedicated to rising the sport, and says “We view Kerbal Space Program as a new, long-term franchise that adds a well-respected and beloved IP to [our] portfolio”.
KSP’s subsequent enlargement is titled Making History. It will add a mission editor and a history-themed mission pack, difficult gamers to relive missions from the early years of human house exploration.
The different week, we heard that several members of Squad have left to work at Valve, but the devs insist that the “core” KSP team is still intact.