The Cloud Imperium team behind Star Citizen, the half-billion-dollar crowdfunded space sandbox game, has just released an update that’s sure to delight fans.
Patch 3.18 not only includes numerous additions, such as a large abandoned settlement on Daymar and unprecedented races in Stanton and Crusader’s Orison Vision Center, but also addresses many of the community’s reported issues.
In response to player feedback, the developers have made a commitment to improving the game’s “quality of life” and addressing common gameplay imbalances.
These efforts are part of the team’s larger plan to continue expanding the game, which is made clear in a new video diary that outlines Star Citizen’s future updates and features leading up to version 4.0.
One of the most exciting updates on the horizon is cooperative crew management, which will allow players to work together in managing their spacecraft. This is just one of many surprises in store for fans in the coming months.
It’s worth noting that Star Citizen’s crowdfunding has exceeded a staggering $550 million, making it one of the most expensive video games ever produced.
Despite the high price tag, fans have eagerly supported the game’s development, drawn in by its expansive universe, immersive gameplay, and ambitious vision.
As work continues on the game’s underground alien bases, the latest update and future developments promise to keep fans engaged and entertained for years to come.
Whether you’re a longtime player or new to the game, there’s never been a better time to explore the vast reaches of Star Citizen’s universe.