Star Citizen’s latest set of player answers involve outrunning the law

    
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Get in and get moving, I hear the law!

So you’re minding your own business in Star Citizen and just committing certain deeds which may – under certain laws – be considered “grotesquely criminal acts.” You just know that the police are going to overlook your protestations of innocence because of all the “evidence” they have. But there’s good news: The game does not feature faster-than-light communication, just faster-than-light travel. So you can outrun the law before wanted messages pass to the new sector, and then perhaps even knock out the satellites so no one can know you’re a criminal. It’s the perfect crime!

Well, until a ship shows up following your trail and notices a bunch of destroyed satellites – that might tip someone off.

The answers go on to clarify that Squadron 42 episodes will take place before the current year of the game’s persistent universe, and players will need to play through both the flight sections and the FPS sections of the campaign to get the full story. The full set of answers in video format lie just below, or you can save yourself a half-hour of your time by just checking out the summary on the Imperial News Network.

Source: YouTube, INN
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blackcatcrosses
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blackcatcrosses

mysecretid GoJammit  Particularly since it’s the same damn game he’s been trying to make for 20+ years. He just changes the name every 5 years or so.

Darkwalker75
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Darkwalker75

“The game http://imperialnews.network/2016/03/10-for-the-chairman-episode-79/.”
The game does not feature faster than light travel either.
Fastest travel mode ingame is Quantum Drive, which is only 0.2c(20% speed of light).
Travel between star systems is done via Jump Points(wormholes), some might call that FTL travel even though its not actually FTL travel, but rather using a shortcut through space to travel between systems

LordOfBread
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LordOfBread

Wonder if we will see this represented on a map, should help outrunning your own wanted level

mysecretid
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mysecretid

GoJammit 
Yes. All of the popular Smart-bashing aside, Smart’s game is actually not very good, and I say that with no malice, nor an agenda.
I like space games. A lot. If Smart’s game had been any good, I’d probably be playing it right now, while waiting for Star Citizen to release.
Cheers,

GoJammit
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GoJammit

From what little I’ve seen of the DS game, SC has already surpassed it.

fastcart
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fastcart

Smiggins You can play for free right now  until the 20th just by making an account.  Judge for yourself on the direction the game is going.

Smiggins
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Smiggins

Hopefully SC doesnt end up like a Derek Smart game.