Publisher Private Division and developer Squad have announced the release date for Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground, the space flight's simulator second expansion. Players will be able to jump in starting from May 30, for the price of $14.99 or regional equivalent.
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground will focus on "exploration, experimentation, and technological breakthroughs", giving players access to a new space suit and robotic parts as they encounter a number of fresh planet surface features.
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Features
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground will introduce a series of new robotic parts which players can use in creating various craft. The Kerbin System's planets will also house a series of surface features waiting to be studied. These include "mineral formations, meteors, craters" and more.
Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground will also allow players to bring equipment with them and set up science stations on the surfaces of various celestial bodies. Nothing better when you need to perform measurements over time.
Lastly, Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground will introduce a brand new space suit for players to wear. It's also worth keeping in mind that anyone who's purchased Kerbal Space Program through April 2013 will receive the expansion at no additional cost. More details on the matter are said to come closer to launch.