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Submitted by Keekles 194d ago | news

Get the lowdown: Star Citizen engages the warp drive for dogfighting

A comprehensive look at everything you need to know about Star Citizen and its upcoming dogfighting module.

Two hundred twelve developers. Eight studios. Over $40 million. More than 300,000 backers.

With such daunting numbers, it’s easy to be intimidated by the unfathomable success of Star Citizen. The community is gigantic, the developers push out a number of news updates each week and they’re in constant communication with forum posters.

But if you’re late picking up on the trend, don’t look up at the high-spec galactic shooter in fear and retreat to less expansive land-loving worlds. Now is a better time than ever to get involved with Star Citizen. (Chris Roberts, Cloud Imperium Games, Dev, Kickstarter, PC, Star Citizen)

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