“The new Hull-C Makes a great addition, but falls short on the interior design.”
The Hull C Hauler is a new ship in Star Citizen that stands out for its ability to transform and deploy a massive array of cargo pads. While the exterior design of the ship is visually stunning, the interior falls short of expectations. The ship was actually designed over five years ago but was recently completed. The front of the ship features forward-facing thrusters and the rear thruster array is oversized to accommodate its massive cargo capacity of over 4600 SCU.
One of the standout features of the Hull C is its ability to extend and deploy cargo pads, showcasing the attention to detail and believability in the ship’s design. The ship is primarily used for long-distance hauling between star systems and can only be loaded and unloaded in space locations. It also has three size three turrets for defense and comes with a full set of size three components for protection.
The ship’s interior includes shared spaces between the exterior airlock and elevator, a bridge, engineering compartment, living quarters, tractor beam control room, habitation quarters, and a bridge. The ship’s design suffers in the habitation quarters, which lack attention to detail and properly utilize the space. The bridge, on the other hand, is finely detailed and follows a consistent design language with the rest of the ship.
Overall, the Hull C Hauler is a functional ship for hauling cargo, but the lackluster interior design in the habitation quarters is a disappointment. The exterior design of the Ship and its ability to deploy cargo pads are its standout features, showcasing the attention to detail and believability in its design.
In this video, Morphologist reacts to An Architect’s review of the Hull C Hauler in Star Citizen, highlighting the ship’s unique cargo deployment capabilities but criticizing its interior design flaws. Additionally, Morphologist reveals his previous work for Star Atlas and discusses the connection between Star Citizen and Star Atlas, expressing concerns about cryptocurrency in gaming.
In this video, Morphologist reacts to an Architect’s review of the Hull-C Hauler in Star Citizen. He mentions that there is a surprise at the end of the video, which turns out to be the revelation that he worked behind the scenes for Star Atlas as an architect. Morphologist discusses his thoughts on this revelation but also expresses his concerns about cryptocurrency and its impact on the gaming industry.
Moving on to the review of the Hull-C Hauler, Morphologist highlights its unique feature of being able to transform and deploy a massive array of cargo pads. He praises the attention to detail in the exterior design, particularly the thrusters, but finds the interior falls short of expectations. Morphologist points out various design flaws in the living quarters, galley, and bathroom, criticizing the poor use of space and lack of attention to detail.
He suggests that the ship could have been better designed and includes examples of other ships with more thoughtful interiors. However, Morphologist does acknowledge the functionality of the ship for hauling cargo and the well-designed bridge with its panoramic views. Overall, he expresses disappointment with the interior design of the Hull-C Hauler and hopes to see more consistent detailing in future ship releases.
The video takes an unexpected turn when Morphologist reveals that he used to work for Star Atlas and discusses the connection between Star Citizen and Star Atlas, including the departure of some developers from Star Citizen to work on Star Atlas. Morphologist expresses conflicted feelings about the cryptocurrency aspect of Star Atlas and concludes by asking for viewer opinions on the Hull-C Hauler and sharing his interest in discussing design topics.