The sequel to the space sim game Karbala Space Program 2 Launched in Early Access for PC in early 2023. However, the game has now been discovered to be tampering with the Windows registry of those Early Access PC players.
According to posts on the site The game’s official forums this weekendalong with hers Steam Forums (Through PC gamer), the Windows registry is flooded with tons of junk data when a player of the game loads a save file, or if there is in-game travel between locations.
For those of you who have the game installed, there is a workaround if you feel comfortable going into your registry. You can delete the following hive using the registry editor (regedit) application:
However, if you don’t feel comfortable editing the registry, the good news is that game developer Intercept Games is working on a hotfix to address this issue. The post about on the game’s official message board:
The team is aware of this issue and we have a solution. It is currently under review and we are aiming for a hotfix as we consider it critical.
I will share more details on a timeline when I have one.
Since the game has been in Early Access since February, it’s strange that this issue hasn’t surfaced beforehand and no patch has been released yet.
The game itself is a sequel to the popular indie-developed space sim. The new game promised to offer players a number of new features, including establishing planetary colonies and offering access to interstellar travel.
Currently, the game is currently available On PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store for $49.99. It should be released on both the Xbox and PlayStation platforms at some point after exiting the current Early Access time period.