Kerbal Space Program Is Landing On The Wii U

Kerbal Space Program Is Landing On The Wii U
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And it might actually turn out to be the best console version.

We reported that Kerbal Space Program, the long-running rocket building simulation that recently left Early Access on Steam, will be coming to Xbox One before soon.

But it turns out that the game will also be coming to the Wii U, via the Nintendo eShop. The Japanese developer and publisher accidentally let the information slip on YouTube earlier today, although the video has since been marked as private.

It’s an interesting title to see on the Wii U though — and with the gamepad, it might actually be the best console port. More information about the Wii U release is expected during PAX Prime, however, so it won’t be too long until we hear about a release date and a price.


  • “…will be coming to Xbox One before soon.”

    Wait, when? Is that…now?

    EDIT: Also, Japanese developer and producer? Squad, the original devs, are Mexican, and as far as I can tell the console ports are being done by an American studio, Flying Tiger Entertainment. Who is this Japanese developer and publisher you speak of? Links?

      • Ahh, that would make some sense. Although they are a developer, calling them that in this context without mentioning them by name kind of implies that they are a developer of the game in question, which is incorrect. I thought it was a bit unclear and misleading.

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