Kerbal Space Program 2 moves to a new studio

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Kerbal Space Program 2 moves to a new studio

Kerbal Space Program has come a long way since its initial public release in 2011. It went to Steam Early Access in 2013, made a full launch in 2015, and was acquired (along with developer Squad) by Take-Two in 2017. A sequel was announced last year, being developed by a different studio, Star Theory Games, but that plan has now changed somewhat: Take-Two said today that development of Kerbal Space Program 2 has been taken over by a new studio founded under its boutique "indie" publishing label Private Division.

Red Dead Redemption 2 has a Hot Coffee mod, and Take-Two wants it gone

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Red Dead Redemption 2 has a Hot Coffee mod, and Take-Two wants it gone

Hot Coffee is an inaccessible minigame in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in which main character CJ has coffee with his girlfriend—except it's not coffee, but sex. It gained infamy when San Andreas arrived on PC and modders dug it out of the code, and even though the simulated sex was primitive and everyone was fully clothed, the game was quickly re-rated as "Adults Only" until Rockstar released a patch completely removing the content. It seems a bit overwrought now, but in 2005 it was a whole big thing.