In this video, the Eradicator discusses leaked information about the upcoming Loreville transit system in Star Citizen 3.6, including a new map and multi-station lines. The video also announces the winner of a previous giveaway and the Eradicator’s campaign to raise funds for a new PC.
In this video, the Eradicator discusses leaks about the upcoming Loreville transit system in Star Citizen 3.6. He shares an image of the old map from version 3.5 and mentions that the new map has changed. The Eradicator also mentions that his PC recently broke and he appreciates the support from viewers who have offered to help him. He is currently running a campaign on his website to raise funds for a new PC and hopes to have it by the end of September in order to cover the 3.6 update.
The video also announces the winner of a previous giveaway, a Tumbril Ranger CV with lifetime insurance. The winner is contacted and asked to reach out to the Eradicator via Facebook or Twitter to claim their prize. However, due to his current financial situation, the Eradicator mentions that there won’t be another giveaway for now, but assures his viewers that monthly giveaways will resume once he gets his new PC.
Moving on to the leaks, the Eradicator discusses his previous video where he talked about potential improvements to the Loreville transit system. He shows leaked images of the updated metro system, specifically noting that there are now multiple stations on some lines, marking the first appearance of multi-station lines in Star Citizen. While these new lines may not be heavily used since they primarily serve the perimeter gates of Loreville, they may be beneficial for players completing delivery missions to those areas.
The leaks were provided by the Star Citizen Discord channel, and the Eradicator expresses his gratitude to them for sharing this information. He asks viewers for their thoughts on the Loreville transit system and whether they plan to use the parameter lines or not. Additionally, he reveals that according to the leakers, the waiting time from the Central Station to Teasa Spaceport has been reduced from three minutes to only 36 seconds, which is a significant improvement. The video ends with the Eradicator thanking his Patreon supporters and expressing his appreciation for their assistance during this difficult time.