Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground
Programmable robotic parts, exotic new surface features, scientific instruments, and a shiny new suit break ground in Kerbal Space Program’s second expansion.
- Requires Kerbal Space Program to play
Scientific experiments have always gone hand-in-hand with space exploration and are now becoming an even greater focus in KSP.
A major addition with Breaking Ground is found on the celestial bodies scattered throughout the solar system. Meteors, craters, rock outcroppings, cryovolcanoes and more now populate the landscape.
Long-requested robotics parts will now be available for use in KSP! A hinge, piston, rotor, and rotational servo in various sizes will allow players to tackle new challenge as well as enhance the creativity of their crafts.
A New Suit
Of course, the ever-important Kerbal fashion can never be forgotten. With Breaking Ground players will receive a new suit that is futuristic in aesthetic and tied to the science-focus of this expansion.
- OS Windows Vista SP1 64-bit
- Processor Core 2 Duo 2.0 Ghz
- Memory 4GB RAM
- Graphics DX10 (SM 4.0) 512MB VRAM
- Disk 3 GB HD space
- OS Windows 10 64-bit
- Processor Core i5
- Memory 8GB RAM
- Graphics DX10 (SM 4.0) 1GB VRAM
- Disk 4 GB HD space
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion is the second expansion for the PC version of the critically acclaimed space flight simulator, Kerbal Space Program. This feature-rich expansion is focused on increasing the objective possibilities once celestial bodies have been reached by adding more interesting scientific endeavors and expanding the toolset.
After landing on a celestial body, a variety of data collecting equipment can now be deployed to conduct scientific experiments. While gathering that data, newly added surface features have been scattered across the solar system, which players will need to go out in search of to either scan or bring back to Kerbin for further examination.
Additionally, robotic parts are being added! A hinge, piston, rotor, and rotational servo in various sizes will be accessible to massively alter the possibilities of players’ crafts. These all operate under realistic physics with real forces and torque, electricity consumption, and even motor mass.
Take on new challenges with a breadth of added tools and parts in KSP’s second expansion, Breaking Ground. Weather stations, solar panels, and more allow players to collect science over time, while they venture out to research mysterious surface features such as cryovolcanoes with new robotic parts.
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