This week on the show, hosts Sandi Gardiner and Ben Lesnick take a look at this weeks Star Citizen news before jumping into their thoughts about what it’s like to be an early subscriber of one of the most popular games ever. Finally, they talk about how leadership in gaming has evolved since then-CEO Chris Roberts left for Cloud Imperium Games.
Chris Roberts is currently hosting the AMA for Star Citizen, and he answered a lot of questions about upcoming content in 2.4 that focuses on gunplay and movement tweaks, as well as some new ship designs. He also announced the Luminalia event will be kicking off December 14th with holiday themed prizes to come over the course of several weeks.
The “jumptown event star citizen” is a holiday event that will be running until December 31, 2017. It includes new missions, rewards, and more.
If you like whizzing around worlds on a hoverbike or watching the Daymar Rally, the gravlev bikes available in Star Citizen will appeal to you. You may also like how they are prone to physics anomalies on occasion. Inside Star Citizen this week takes a look at some new technology that is addressing this issue.
The solution is an undetectable suspension system that allows the gravlev to respond to ground surfaces more consistently, preventing it from being propelled into space when it collides with anything. The suspension technology also allows players to make big leaps without blowing up, due to landing dampening, and gives the vehicle type a lot more control. Players may expect these changes in alpha 3.16.
The video then went on to show off another alpha 3.16 feature: the Jumptown 2.0 dynamic event. This updated version of the venerable drug lab location now features three alternative drug laboratories where it may begin, starting with a task that gives players a heads-up on when the event will begin. Players are not required to accept the Jumptown task, but doing so gives them access to markers that show where drugs are created and distributed, as well as letting everyone else on the server know about the active drug lab. Players with a high crime stat may sell narcotics at GrimHEX, while law-abiding players can benefit by turning in contraband to a security terminal.
With the return of Luminalia, Star Citizen is finally getting festive. The event will once again allow players to search for hidden gift boxes across Stanton and either give them to other players or turn them in for credits, as well as include gift carrying objectives for players to participate in. Starting on Saturday, December 11th, there will be 12 days of free presents handed out on the event website, and gamers may compete in contests or take advantage of beginning package discounts. All of the information is available at the URL above.
Long-time MMORPG fans may recall that Star Citizen was initially Kickstarted in 2012 for nearly $2 million, with a 2014 release date scheduled. It is currently in an unfinished but playable alpha as of 2021, having collected about $400 million from players via years of ongoing crowdfunding and the selling of in-game ships and other assets. It is presently the most crowdfunded video game ever, and it has been met with unwavering support from fans and skepticism from detractors. Squadron 42, a co-developed single-player game, has also been frequently postponed.
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