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Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion Steam


£ 14.99


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Kerbal Space Program: Breaking
Ground Expansion
is the second expansion for the PC version
of the critically acclaimed space flight simulator, Kerbal Space
. This feature-rich expansion is focused on
increasing the objective possibilities once celestial bodies have
been reached by adding more interesting scientific endeavors and
expanding the toolset.

After landing on a celestial body, a variety of data collecting
equipment can now be deployed to conduct scientific experiments.
While gathering that data, newly added surface features have been
scattered across the solar system, which players will need to go
out in search of to either scan or bring back to Kerbin for further

Additionally, robotic parts are being added! A hinge, piston,
rotor, and rotational servo in various sizes will be accessible to
massively alter the possibilities of players’ crafts. These all
operate under realistic physics with real forces and torque,
electricity consumption, and even motor mass.

Take on new challenges with a breadth of added tools and parts
in KSP’s second expansion, Breaking Ground. Weather stations, solar
panels, and more allow players to collect science over time, while
they venture out to research mysterious surface features such as
cryovolcanoes with new robotic parts.

  • Deployed Science:
    Scientific experiments have always gone hand-in-hand with space
    exploration and are now becoming an even greater focus in KSP.
    Players will be able to utilize a storage container in their craft
    that can hold various pieces of science equipment. Upon reaching
    their destination, players will need to deploy the equipment, which
    includes a central station, booster antenna, solar panel, weather
    station, active seismometer, RTG, goo observation, and ion
    detector. These pieces of equipment must be left out for a period
    of time to fully collect all of the scientific data and relay it
    back to Kerbin. The active seismometer in particular asks players
    to deliberately crash things into a celestial body to gather
    seismic data!
  • Surface Features: A
    major addition with Breaking Ground is found on the celestial
    bodies scattered throughout the solar system. Meteors, craters,
    rock outcroppings, cryovolcanoes and more now populate the
    landscape. While smaller surface features can be transported back
    to KSC by Kerbals themselves, larger ones provide a greater
    challenge and will require Kerbals to venture out in rovers or send
    unmanned rovers. By attaching the new robotic rover arm to their
    rovers, players can scan the larger surface features to collect
    important scientific data.
  • Robotic Parts:
    Long-requested robotics parts will now be available for use in KSP!
    A hinge, piston, rotor, and rotational servo in various sizes will
    allow players to tackle new challenge as well as enhance the
    creativity of their crafts. To coincide with these new parts, the
    addition of a robotics controller system will let players
    coordinate the behavior of all the different parts on their
  • A New Suit: Of course,
    the ever-important Kerbal fashion can never be forgotten. With
    Breaking Ground players will receive a new suit that is futuristic
    in aesthetic and tied to the science-focus of this expansion.

System requirements


  • OS:Windows 7 SP1+
  • Processor:Core 2 Duo
  • Memory:4 GB RAM
  • Graphics:DX10 (SM 4.0) capable, 512MB VRAM
  • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space

  • OS:Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor:Core i5
  • Memory:8 GB RAM
  • Graphics:DX10 (SM 4.0) capable, 1GB VRAM
  • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space