Two popular space games are arriving on PlayStation 4 this week.
Space ship building simulator Kerbal Space Program is making its debut on Sony's console tomorrow (July 12th). The title spent two years on Steam's Early Access and was released on PC last year.
Meanwhile, virtual reality survival game Adrift – in which players are stranded around a destroyed space station – is landing on PS4 on Friday (July 15th). Published by 505 Games, it launched on PC in March, and developer ThreeOneZero will also be supporting PlayStation VR when it launches later this year.
Kerbal Space Program and Adrift will both launch on Xbox One at some point this year - but neither of them have a release date so far.
Here's Kerbal Space Program trailer:
And here you can take a look at Adrift:
Kerbal Space Program was announced on PS4 as soon as June 2015 and developer Squad has faced criticism over the treatment of its staff last May.