Star Citizen releases version 1.3 and a development update

    
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Cloud Imperium released a couple of Star Citizen updates last night, both in game and on its website. First up is version 1.3, which is now available for download through the launcher and which represents a good chunk of under-the-hood work which merged several different development streams. The flight model was updated, new guns were added, the chat system was upgraded, and ArcCorp’s Area 18 was expanded, if you’re looking for the visible changes.

CIG also released its latest development update post, which takes a lengthy and high-level look at the progress made on both Star Marine and the 2.0 patch over the past week.

Source: 1.3, dev update
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LordOfBread Thanks for sharing this video made of pure vaporware pixels :)  SC is my preffered scam with “man never went to the moon!”  :)

AC 2.0 is coming and that will be double Christmas for all backers.

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Geoff Dassad syberghost Vikingr all this crap is coming from Smart. Hes just saying all this crap to MAKE the game fail by creating doubt in the employees and stuff.

But id imagine working at CIG could be a high stress environment to deliver what they are trying to deliver for a reasonable cost its going to be crunch time constantly, just like Rockstar was doing on the earlier GTA’s so unless you love what your doing and love the project its going to be to much to handle.

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syberghost Vikingr Well that depends on why he quit. If he quit because of an actual workplace problem, then it would be concerning (depending on the issue it would range from mildly to extremely), if he quit because he’s moving onto another project / company that offered new challenges or better contractual terms, then good for him.  If he left because of pressures and stress created by the ongoing drama that’s surrounding SC at the moment, then that would be very concerning.  

And yes, the fact that there are serious allegations about mismanagement / harrasment / fraud / lack of funds, even if entirely BS will lead to considerable pressure and stress on staff members throughout the company along with a general drop in morale. It’ll affect some more people more than others. Which is one of the reasons I’d be more than happy for the FTC to do an investigation.

syberghost
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Vikingr does the fact that the Lead Technical Designer just quit change your assessment in any way?

It’s fine if it doesn’t, I’m just asking.

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MatthewWard Darkwalker75 ohforfs all the extra bits for those extraneous “U”s take electricity to transmit and store. Why do you hate the Earth?

Thornz
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SC is making great progress.
1.3 is nice 2.0 will be mind blowing.

I have showed what Star Citizen is an what 2.0 will be to a friend an he got 7 of his friends to join him signing up.
They are blown away with Star Citizen.

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Marelius 
You scabs need to find more something more productive to do. 
Like drink the bottles under your moms sink that have the Mr Yuck sticker on them.

GoJammit
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This has actually been disproven, but thanks for playing.

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Marelius Darkwalker75  To add my 5 cents to the convo. The FOIA request is not definitive proof that the FTC is not investigating CIG, I say this because we don’t know what information was in the original request. However as at Sept 11th there did appear that the FTC had was not and had no intention of conducting an investigation into CIG.

Now, Smart has to be brought up because he is the one whom stated that the FTC was definitely investigating CIG. And when the FOIA reply was made public, he had a very large reaction to it, saying that is was BS and reiterating that the FTC were conducting an investigation, stating that under a clause in section 7 (going off memory here) they don’t have to disclose any information if it is or may be used as evidence at a later stage of an ongoing investigation. After that was out there a few other FOIA replies (not relating to CIG) were made public, the interesting thing there is, the replies stated that there were records but could not be disclosed because of section 7. Thus if there was an investigation they are required to state that there are documents but they can’t be released at the moment.

So, either the reply is legit and as of 7 weeks ago, the FTC was not and had no intention of doing an investigation, or the FTC lied and they are doing an investigation (which I refuse to believe) OR the response was faked, which would be incredibly stupid, as it would mean that there is someone who very publicly announced and provided the evidence that they were impersonating a federal agent. Let me know if you can think of a forth reason.

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Armsman Marelius 
Whenever I see a comment like the one from this guy I check their comment history to see if its a sockpuppet.
While rumor has it that he does resort to it(cant confirm), Its not really the MO of HWSNBN, that’s usually manez area of expertise(though he has been strangely/surprisingly quiet for a long time).
However in this case I don’t think its a sockpuppet, as there is a personal description on the profile and he has commented on other articles.
Sockpuppets are usually new accounts with only a few comments on some of the most recent SC articles, however it could be a smart follower of course, even if he will likely deny it.