With more than $175 million raised, CIG and RSI are looking to the near-future for Star Citizen. Specifically, when version 3.1 hits in March 2018 and brings performance improvements and a handful of new features with it. Of course 3.1 is just the start, there are plans to release multiple patches and content updates throughout
Coming off of yesterdays Anvil debut video, Cloud Imperium Games revealed another new ship that will join the universe of its upcoming space simulator, Star Citizen. One of the newest ships is the Aegis Dynamics Hammerhead. The Hammerhead is a 100 meter-long patrol ship, literally bristling with guns and missiles. It carries nine crew members
Today Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games released a new extensive video dedicated to a brand new ship, the Anvil Aerospace Hawk. The Hawk is the perfect ship for bounty hunters, which judging from the focus the video places on that particular career, is intended. On top of the Hawk, we get updates on more
After delays and setbacks aplenty, Star Citizen’s 3.0 Alpha has finally been deployed for public testing to backers. 3.0 is now in the hands of the Evocati, or early testers, to find any weird and wonderful bugs before it’s released to a wider testing pool on the PTU. Testing could go on for weeks depending
UPDATE: The refund is faked according to a statement by CIG. Cloud Imperium spokesperson Dave Swofford tells Ars that “a lot of the information was fabricated” in the Reddit post. Swofford says the account in question was issued an individual refund of $330, not the $45,000 claimed in posted screenshots and videos which Swofford says
Cloud Imperium Games has been posting a series of Star Citizen trailers showing off some of the most recent ships and vehicles presented for the game. We get to take a look at the Drake Cutlass Black, the Aopoa Nox, the RSI Ursa Rover, the MISC Prospector, the new RSI Aurora, and the Drake Dragonfly.
Chris Roberts’ Cloud Imperium Games released a new video of its upcoming space simulator Star Citizen. The newest video in the “Around the Verse” series showcases different types of planetary structures, landmarks and environments found on planetary bodies. Players will be able to freely fly in and out of the atmosphere and land on celestial
With another impressive update from CIG, the development train is slowly rolling towards 3.0 for Star Citizen. This weeks “Around the Verse” is focusing on the UI system for Star Citizen, known as MobiGlas. The new video also features a section that shows off a bit of CIGs QA process for Star Citizen. With the