Kerbal Space Program is set to release on July 12, 2016, on PlayStation 4, and on July 15, 2016, on Xbox One. The game will be available as a digital download, with the hope to release the Wii U version of the game at the end of the year. Already a massive hit with the PC community, Kerbal Space Program offers three different game modes.
Sandbox is arguably the most popular, allowing you to freely build anything you can imagine without any restrictions. Science mode focuses on advancing your Kerbals scientific knowledge to unlock new technologies, while Career mode gives you complete control of every aspect of the space program. This includes, including crew management, reputation building, as well as embarking on side missions called 'contracts' to earn funds and upgrade your space center facilities.
With the game's unique procedurally generated terrain, you are free to journey to the Moon, as well as beyond to other planets and even asteroids in the solar system.