Kerbal Space Program getting ported to PS4


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Never played this on PC but it seems pretty crazy.

You've got to give it a go. It's probably been my favourite game since I went in to the Early Access version. With 1.0 out, it's...well, I'm losing my words, that's how good I find it.

With that said though, I wonder how a PS4 version will work out? From what I can think it needs too many controls for the controller to be a viable option, unless they plan on scaling back on some things which won't be as fun.

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You've got to give it a go. It's probably been my favourite game since I went in to the Early Access version. With 1.0 out, it's...well, I'm losing my words, that's how good I find it.

With that said though, I wonder how a PS4 version will work out? From what I can think it needs too many controls for the controller to be a viable option, unless they plan on scaling back on some things which won't be as fun.

Hopefully a two tier approach

KB/M (PS4 supports it, War Thunder can use KB/M right now)

and somehow doing a controller interface.

I'll probably give it a try as I'm sure this port will be a ways off.

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You've got to give it a go. It's probably been my favourite game since I went in to the Early Access version. With 1.0 out, it's...well, I'm losing my words, that's how good I find it.

With that said though, I wonder how a PS4 version will work out? From what I can think it needs too many controls for the controller to be a viable option, unless they plan on scaling back on some things which won't be as fun.

 

Yeah, controls will likely make this a bust on consoles and the PC version has great mods to boot.

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KSP is amazing on PC.  Just recently added high-res textures for all the planets in our solar system.  The mods really kick the game up many notches.

 

I've spend so many hours doing lander missions to the moon and then sending rescue missions for the failed ones.  It's a lot of fun!

 

Building rockets with a controller is going to be a nightmare though, I'd imagine.

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