This video discusses outrageous leaks surrounding Star Citizen and Squadron 42, including potential playthrough times, free-fly mode, new ships, gameplay mechanics, and rumored events. While these leaks are unconfirmed and speculative, they align with the game’s ambitious scope and development direction.
In this video, the host discusses some outrageous claims and leaks regarding Star Citizen and Squadron 42. One leak suggests that the playthrough time for Squadron 42 could be between 40 and 100 hours, depending on the player’s choices and completion of side quests. While this is just a leak and not confirmed, it is plausible considering the game’s scope and ambition. Another leak suggests that the Odin system may be available in a free-fly mode for players, separate from the main mission or story. This could allow players to explore the system before its official release in the persistent universe.
CitizenCon 2024 is rumored to take place in Manchester, UK, and there are speculations that the release date or announcement of Squadron 42 may happen at this event. However, these claims should be taken with a grain of salt, as they are unconfirmed leaks.
The leaks also discuss potential new ships, such as a Murai heavy fighter, a super max caterpillar, and an F7 Hornet Mark 2. These leaks suggest that these ships may be released or announced in the near future, but again, this information is not confirmed.
The leaks mention new gameplay mechanics, including a reputation system called Renown, which will be separate from faction reputations. Players will have to build their Renown in order to unlock certain missions and progress with factions. The leaks also suggest a system to discourage unwanted behaviors, such as terrorism, which would result in faction-wide implications and potential refusal to work with certain organizations. Additionally, the leaks mention a possible high-security jail for players who commit severe crimes, with harsh serving times of up to a week.
Overall, it is important to note that these leaks are unconfirmed and should be approached with skepticism. However, many of the claims made in the leaks are plausible and align with the direction of the game’s development.