In this video, Subliminal explores fitting various vehicles into the Crusader A1 Spirit ship in Star Citizen, successfully fitting Cyclone ground vehicles and the CN Hover Quad, but encountering difficulties with wider vehicles like the Lynx Rover and Tumbril Nova. Despite challenges and limitations, Subliminal discusses the unreliability of the ship’s tractor beam and manages to fit multiple vehicles into the ship, showcasing the feasibility and practicality of each vehicle.
In this video, the YouTuber Subliminal explores the ability to fit various vehicles into the Crusader A1 Spirit ship in Star Citizen. He starts by testing the Cyclone, a ground vehicle, and determines that all variants of the Cyclone can comfortably fit inside the A1 Spirit due to its height clearance and spacing. He then moves on to the CN Hover Quad and discovers that it can also fit inside the ship, although he finds the controls to be somewhat challenging.
Next, Subliminal tests the Graycat STV and determines that it can fit up to five of them in the ship, with four in the cargo area and one at the back door. However, he finds that the Lynx Rover does not fit due to its width and limited clearance. He attempts to fit the Tumbril Nova but finds it too wide for the ship. He also tries to fit the Drake Dragonfly, but encounters difficulties and ends up getting it stuck in the ship.
Throughout the video, Subliminal discusses why he chooses not to use the ship’s built-in tractor beam and instead opts to manually drive the vehicles into the ship, despite some difficulties and quirks in the game mechanics. He mentions that the tractor beam is unreliable and does not make the process easier. He also notes that there is a new dual-handed assault rifle-type tractor beam available, which may offer more practical use in moving vehicles.
Despite encountering challenges and limitations, Subliminal successfully manages to fit multiple vehicles into the Crusader A1 Spirit ship, providing insight into the feasibility and practicality of each vehicle.