Making rocket science seem easy.
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One of the biggest hurdles that the development team at Intercept Games wants to overcome for Kerbal Space Program 2 is how to get new players on board. Who could have possibly foreseen that actual rocket science might be a bit too much for some players to wrap their heads around an enjoy.

To that end, Intercept Games is working on ways to bring on new players with "a number of enhancements for onboarding and approachability."

A new developer video shares details on the new tutorial system, interface improvements, and the prevailing philosophy that is guiding the team to make a "fun and educational experience that everyone can enjoy." The video, seen below, also features astrophysicists Joel Green and Scott Manley.



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