Inside Star Citizen video takes a look at Origin ships
Cloud Imperium Games has been hard at work on Star Citizen. And even though some fans are skeptical about the pace of progress on the ambitious space MMO, there still remains plenty of support behind the project. And because the developers love making videos almost as much as they love making the game itself, we’ve got a new Star Citizen video up for your viewing pleasure.
This new entry into the long-running stable of Star Citizen video content is a peek behind the scenes at a pretty major aspect of the lore, the starship manufacturers. After all, you can’t have a spacefaring game without spaceships. This newest snippet of behind-the-scenes footage takes a loot at Origin Jumpworks.
Origin Jumpworks is a much more illustrious name than some other companies, and their ships, like the beloved 300 Series, confer a certain amount of respect and prestige. We get a pretty deep looks at this line of ships, especially the luxury 300i. The 300i itself is actually being used a testing bed for the ongoing work on the visual customization ship that the Star Citizen developer is currently working on implementing. Part of this system will involve tweaking both color schemes and the performance of your ships, which is awesome for those that want to race around with their own unique style.
If you want to get behind the stick on these wonderful craft, the 300i is flyable in alpha 3.5.
Check out the new video down below. If you want to see more of the game being developed, why not give the Around The Verse video series a look? Those take a deeper dive at a variety of development progress items and a bunch of future features and plans. Speaking of future plans, CIG is currently working hard on a new planet, which we see a bit of in the new video down below.
Check out the latest patch notes on the official site. The funding for the project continues to grow at a steady pace. As of writing Cloud Imperium Games has currently raised $226,688,559 from 2,331,018 backers overall.
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