A PlayStation 5 version of Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition is now in development, Squad has confirmed. With lift off planned for this year, anyone who already owns the game on PS4 will be treated to a free PS5 upgrade. The news coincides with the series' 10th anniversary, which was now sold over five million copies of the original game worldwide.
Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition on PS5 will run at 1440p and sport an "improved framerate, advanced shaders, better textures, and additional performance improvements". There'll even be support for mouse and keyboard on consoles. Head of production, Nestor Gomez, said: "It has been an amazing journey with Kerbal Space Program. We are so thankful to our community as we celebrate this monumental milestone of the game turning ten years old. Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition benefits from the advancements of new hardware, and we are excited to bring players a refreshed and refined experience with this release." $39.99 is the price you'll pay if you don't already own the game.
The press release also pays a little bit of service to Kerbal Space Program 2, which is now slated to arrive next year. It will release for both PS5 and PS4, but that's all we've got as far as solid details go. Will you build a space rocket on PS5? Get started in the comments below.