Star Citizen Week in Review - We Are STILL Waiting!

In the “Star Citizen Week in Review” video, Salty Mike discusses the lack of updates for version 3.23.1, focusing on Xeno threat and Jumptown. The video covers patch updates, core tech changes, monthly report insights, concept ships, player concerns, and a new in-game armor option, while highlighting Salty Mike’s health challenges and anticipation for the release of version 3.23.2.

In the “Star Citizen Week in Review” video for June 10th, 2024, Salty Mike discusses the lack of updates for version 3.2.31 going live, focusing on Xeno threat and Jumptown. The patch updates for the week included PTU 3.2.31 and a Thursday patch, both still centered around Xeno threat and GT. There were mentions of core tech changes related to frame timing and memory leaks, indicating efforts to improve the game’s performance. However, criticisms arose regarding the delay in fixing exploits and the anticipation for the release of version 3.2.32.

The highlight of the week was the monthly report, which provided insights into various aspects of the game’s development. Updates on AI tech, character art, ship art, core gameplay, economy, interactables, and mission design were discussed. Notable mentions included work on Specialists and utility armors, final touches on the Zeus ship, improvements to the multi-tool mechanics, and advancements in scanning technology. The report also touched on the upcoming FPS scanning and radar tests in Arena Commander, as well as the introduction of an Eva-only map to enhance gunplay and Eva gameplay.

Video updates for the week included a Game Dev episode on concept ships, offering insights into the design process, although some viewers may not have found this content engaging. The sneak peek revealed a cave location, hinting at the depth of content players can expect. Dev posts addressed player concerns regarding mission payouts, cargo missions, and interactions with developers on Discord. Additionally, a dedicated role of armor, Subflare, was introduced as an in-game purchase option. Despite facing health challenges, Salty Mike expressed gratitude for the viewers’ well wishes and support, while eagerly awaiting the release of version 3.2.32 to delve back into the game.