Star Citizen brings back old ships for sale, asks backers to vote on alpha 3.2’s priority projects
Do you have too much money? Awesome. Star Citizen has some ideas for where you can spend it – say, on some new ships? Some old ships? Some reskinned ships? Some ships you missed the first time ’round? Some ships you want to upgrade to? Some ships you could’ve gotten cheaper if you’d done it ages ago?
“To commemorate the incoming 3.1 patch, we are offering a War Bond option to give you all one final chance to pledge for this selection of flyable ships at their original concept prices,” says CIG. The roster includes versions of the Anvil Terrapin, Tumbril Cyclone, MISC Razor, Aegis Reclaimer, Aopoa Nox Kue, RSI Constellation Aquila, MISC Prospector, and Drake Dragonfly.
Meanwhile, Chris Roberts dropped by the live Reverse the Verse yesterday to discuss the state of the game, compare it to Sea of Thieves (he says SC has more content but is less polished, which sounds about right), and ponder a minimum viable product for the masses who evidently prefer playing video games to testing them (crazy, huh?). To that end, CIG has posted what it’s calling the Alpha 3.2 Feature Survey for backers to essentially allow them to vote on which features the team focuses on for the next-next update.
Voters will be picking between quantum linking, improved interdiction, service beacon improvements, the first tier of guilds and associations, parties, team chat, economy and shopping, item 2.0 ship systems and weapons, and FPS AI combat.
With Alpha 3.1 on the horizon, and the Persistent Universe continuing to develop, we're introducing newly flyable ships, as well as bringing back some older favorites. 🚀#StarCitizen #RobertsSpaceIndustries
— Star Citizen (@RobertsSpaceInd) March 24, 2018