The latest Inside Star Citizen weekly update is out and about to provide fans and backers with a peek at what’s currently in the development pipeline. This time, viewers learn more about space station exteriors, changes made to the Aegis Vanguard and the mysteriously titled “everybody loves booze”.
The latest Inside Star Citizen video has been published with Associate Creative Producer Jared Huckaby shining the spotlight on several development updates for the week including ship customization and “the shady dealings of the black market,” something designed to make Star Citizen a “living breathing playground”.
If it’s Friday, this must be the latest Star Citizen development update. “In this week’s update, ship components take a lickin’, we delve deep into some core tech, and begin a guided tour of the 890 Jump,” the description reads. The 890 Jump is one of the premium ships that, according to Star Citizen Wiki, requires an $890 pledge.
The latest edition of Inside Star Citizen is out and about with Associate Creative Producer Jared Huckaby where he spends ten minutes or so going over the latest development milestones in the game. “This week’s update looks at the latest wheeled warrior from Tumbril Land Systems, listens in on the sounds of space, and gets the scoop on improvements to some of our favorite PU locations.”
Associate Creative Producer Jared Huckaby is back with this week’s installment of Inside Star Citizen, the company’s weekly look at the development of the game. The 10-minute video takes a look at the evolving nature of space flight, how player feedback is collected and used as well as a peek at the ongoing development of the Banu Defender.
Associate Creative Producer Jared Huckaby is the host of a brand new weekly series called “Inside Star Citizen”. In each episode, viewers will get a peek inside the studio to see what developers are currently working on. This week’s episode includes a “look at the new particle lighting system, public telemetry, Crusader’s City in the clouds, and upcoming improvements to a classic ship”, all based on Alpha 3.5.
Yep, it’s Friday and you know what that means! The latest Star Citizen: Around the Verse is out for your viewing pleasure. This time LA Studio Director Eric Kieron Davis and Narrative Director David Haddock take to the stage to “light up the Area 18 plaza, dine on ArcCorp’s finest street meat, and get a first look at the new Drake Corsair”.