Kerbal Space Program patch 1.1 promises 'large boost in performance'0 Comments
It's a pretty safe bet that Kerbal Space Program isn't for everybody. The surprisingly addictive and delightfully complex spaceflight simulation title has a very distinct flavor that makes it endlessly entertaining for some and likely dreadfully boring for everyone else. Still, by most accounts it's an excellent title, and the latest patch that's recently been released is aiming to take KSP to a new level.
Despite just being patch version 1.1, the game's latest "Turbo Charged" update is almost a year in the making. The primary change it will be bringing to the table is an upgrade to the Unity 5 engine as well as new 64 bit binaries, which the developers state should bring in a "large boost in performance" as well as "help you mod the game to ridiculous lengths."
The fun doesn't stop there, though, as the new patch also includes an entirely-reworked user interface that was designed to make best use of the Unity 5 engine. The game will also now play host to a new information resource caled KSPedia, in addition to new tutorials and scenarios that should elaborate upon the necessary skills for successful flights. For those who are interested, full details regarding the patch are available over on the Kerbal Space Program website.
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