In this video, Ryan discusses the progress made in October in Star Citizen, including the completion of various features such as Actor Status Tier 2, Artificial Gravity, and Multi-Tool Cutting Tier 2. The video also mentions the progress made on major systems like the new map updates, the physical damage system, and the integration of the subsumption editor, highlighting the game’s continued progress towards release.
In this video, the content creator, Ryan (AKA Mac), discusses the various features and deliverables that were completed in October in Star Citizen. He highlights that while a feature completing work in a particular month does not guarantee its release in the same quarter or year, it provides a good guide for potential additions to the Persistent Universe.
Some notable features include Actor Status Tier 2, which introduces new values such as hygiene and radiation that affect gameplay and character interactions. The progress tracker also mentions an entry for “Ship 36,” completed in October, which is unclear whether it pertains to Squadron 42 or the PU. The video also mentions the completion of work on Artificial Gravity, Life Support Tier 0, and the Character Creator, all of which are expected to enhance player immersion and gameplay.
Other completed features include Multi-Tool Cutting Tier 2, which allows players to cut specific materials or open doors with the multi-tool attachment, and three new ammo types – Disarray, Incendiary, and Plasma. Additionally, the video covers the completion of work on Distortion Propagation, Player Interaction Experience Tier 2, Sliding, Swimming Tier 0, and two unannounced vehicles.
The video also discusses the progress made on major systems like the new map updates, physical damage and breakability system (Maelstrom), fire hazard system, and the integration of the subsumption editor, all with the aim of enhancing gameplay and realism. Lastly, the completion of work on various Squadron 42-specific features is mentioned, indicating the game’s continued progress towards release.