The video discusses the latest updates on ships and vehicles in Star Citizen, including the progress on the Crusader C1 Spirit, changes to the Agis Reclaimer for salvage, and the development of new ships like the Cutter Expedition. It also mentions upcoming events like the Intergalactic Aerospace Expo and a free play offer, along with encouraging viewers to use a referral code and check out the video creator’s Twitch stream.
The video discusses the latest updates on ships and vehicles in the game Star Citizen. The Crusader C1 Spirit has reached the final phase of development, with the team focusing on its habitation areas and exterior design. The video also mentions that as resources increase, the development time for large ships will decrease, potentially leading to a more timely release of backlog ships like the Polaris.
The team has also made changes to the Agis Reclaimer to support structural salvage, expanding the salvaging profession in the game. They are also working on expanding the economy and adding more material types for players to gather. Another ship, potentially a variant of an existing ship, will soon be reaching the final art phase, with reviews approaching. This ship could be the Cutter Expedition, as it requires some layout changes due to its design.
The team has also completed work on the Crusader A2 Hercules, adding relays for the Resource Network feature demoed at CI Downcon. This Resource Network system will impact players’ daily interactions in the game, as they will have to monitor, maintain, fix, or replace components and items as needed.
The video also mentions some images spotted in the Intergalactic Aerospace Expo (IAE) trailer. One image suggests a potential variant of the Tumbril Storm, a light Scout tank. There is also speculation about a potential variant of the Aegis Redeemer. Additionally, a new Xian ship from Gatac, likely the Thulin, is on its way, possibly as a starter ship. Finally, there is talk about the RSI Arrasta, a large mining ship that sits between the Argo Mole and the RSI Orion. It is expected to be very useful as it can refine its own ore.
The video ends by mentioning the upcoming IAE, where all ships will go on sale and new ships will be revealed. Additionally, Star Citizen will be free to play from November 17th to the 30th, giving players the opportunity to try the game and decide if they enjoy it. The video encourages viewers to use a referral code for extra credits and invites them to check out the video creator’s Twitch stream.