Star Citizen Ship Upside Down

Star Citizen: Ship Upside Down is Still in Development

During the recent Star Citizen Kickstarter campaign, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the developers are still working on the game. I have been playing this game since the beta version and am eager to see where it takes us. With the success of the crowdfunding campaign and the subsequent release of the Alpha 3.3.5 patch, the future looks brighter than ever.

The Star Citizen is a first person simulator akin to Sea of Thieves with a twist. This time, players can take on the role of an astronaut or a space trucker, a bounty hunter, or a med bay doctor. There are 100 star systems, each with multiple planets, and the ability to travel from orbit to a manual landing. In addition, players can mine and explore the galaxy as they please. In the Star Citizen universe, players can also take part in the International Astronautical Exhibition (IAE).

The Star Citizen isn’t just a space simulator, it’s a first person game with a lot of depth. There are several ships to choose from, each with its own unique features and a unique personality. There are also a plethora of missions and quests to tackle. It’s no wonder the community is so tight-knit. As of this writing, the crowdfunding campaign has raised over $1.5 million. This is a staggering amount of money. It’s a testament to the enduring popularity of the game. While many of the features are still under development, fans are patiently waiting to get their hands on the game that’s been in the making for over two years.

The Star Citizen’s best feature may be the fact that it is a “forever” game. The open development model lets the developers do what they do best, rather than having to market their product to a waiting public. A major component of this openness is the fact that fans can test drive the game and provide constructive feedback to the developers. This can only be a good thing, especially in an industry where the competition is stiff. The developers are able to make their games better by listening to their fans, and they are willing to spend the extra dollars to do so. The game is currently in the middle of a sandbox beta period, and it’s highly likely that the developers will continue to refine their wares. Until then, it’s best to be prepared to spend a lot of time in the galaxy to come. I’m excited to see where this game goes, and if it’s as good as its predecessors, I know I’ll be in it for the long haul.

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