Cloud Imperium is inviting players to try out the indie-developed space exploration MMO Star Citizen for free for a week! From May 1st through May 8th, everyone can play the Alpha 3.5 version of the game. Create a unique character with new character customization technology, experience a new flight model that adds gravity to planets, test the newly playable female characters, and explore the new city-covered ArcCorp planet.
To begin playing, simply register and download the game from the official Star Citizen site. Visit the Alpha 3.5 feature page or watch the videos below for more details on the latest update.
Star Citizen is a crowd-funded MMO that puts together a persistent universe, advanced space flight simulation and FPS (First Person Shooting). In celebration of the release of the game’s first explorable planet named Hurston, Star Citizen is launching a Free Fly event that will allow anyone to join the game’s persistent universe for free. To begin exploring the sci-fi MMO, you need a ship! At the start of every day during this event, players will have the chance to test every operable ship and vehicle for 24-hour tests.
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Cloud Imperium showed a brand new teaser trailer for the indie developed record breaking sci-fi MMO Star Citizen during this year’s E3 convention. The trailer teases the release of Alpha 3.2 update as “coming soon”. The trailer doesn’t show much gameplay footage. Instead, it features in-engine segments that shows off the amazing graphics of the game.
Star Citizen, the highest crowd-funded MMO in record is offering a new bundle pack called The Legatus Pack for $27,000 USD. The pack includes almost every ship you could possibly desire making a total of 117 ships. On top of that, there are 163 total extra items like Supercolliders, Service Equipment, Fuel Pods and various skins.
The Legatus Pack is purchasable on this page, but to do so or even just to view its contents, you’ll need to have already paid $1,000 USD. Without that, you’ll need to take it up with Star Citizen’s Customer Service. Read more
Dave Haddock, the man behind much of the fictional world of the upcoming crowdfunded sci-fi MMORPG Star Citizen guest stars in this week’s latest episode of Star Citizen: Around the Verse. The episode overviews the development work on recently released content such as the new character customizer, new weapons, quality of life improvements and more. Upcoming content in regards to mining on Planetary Boundaries and group content are also highlighted. The attention to detail with the mining mechanics and sound effects are impressive.