Less than an hour earlier than the discharge of its earnings report for its newest monetary quarter, triple-A recreation writer Take-Two‘s Kerbal Space Program 2 announced the spacecraft-building and flying simulator is getting delayed to fall 2021. Kerbal Space Program 2 was scheduled to come out this year.

The first Kerbal Space Program launched back in 2015 from a small indie team. It became a hit, selling over 2 million copies. Take-Two acquired the rights to the franchise in 2017 and announced the sequel in 2019, with Take-Two subsidiary Private Division publishing.

As part of its report, Take-Two talked about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the company.

“The shift to remote working adds complexity and challenges in some areas of the game development process; however, based on our work to date, we currently do not expect any delays other than what has been announced,” Take Two stated.

Heads up Kerbonauts, we’ve a message from mission control for you.#KSP2 pic.twitter.com/aa1aTEloXG

— Kerbal Space Program (@KerbalSpaceP) May 20, 2020

The company specified “delays other than what has been announced,” reflecting some of the delays it has already announced, including the Switch version of The Outer Worlds, which was supposed to come out on March 6 but was pushed back to June 5. Now Kerbal Space Program 2 has also had its release date pushed back.

Of course, this doesn’t imply that the pandemic isn’t impacting the manufacturing of video games that Take-Two hasn’t introduced but. If they don’t have a launch date, they’ll’t technically endure a delay. For instance, we don’t know for positive that Grand Theft Auto VI is coming, however it’s greater than seemingly. The pandemic could possibly be impacting the event of such a giant title like that.