Star Citizen will soon receive new content and the devs provide an update on its single-player campaign, scanning, and much more.
Lol Biggest scam in gaming history. 187 million, and still in Alpha.......
And that alpha offers more content and fun than a lot of released games nowadays. Funny how it works out.
I mean it should considering they currently have $187,000,000 to work with! Still the game will likely NEVER release.
Content maybe, fun however is subjective, but I'm sure anyone who wasted money donating to this game would claim that.
So much content, yet no one ever talks about it
You don't know that for sure, no one knows yet if this game will meet its expectations let alone exceed them. I'm not judging or critisizing, i'm just being cautious as one should mostly be these days.
Fun? How is it fun to continually lose connection to the server every time you get into a dogfight , putting all your ships in a timed insurance cue? Fun to watch the game go into a slideshow when entering orbit? Fun to take transport missions, pick up the item and have it disappear from your ship or get bugged and not be able to put it on the counter? The list goes on...I bought multiple ships years ago and the alpha still doesn’t work. The game is a shitshow.
How’s that cool aid taste?
No, no it does not. Are you high?
And this one pre-alpha game only costs some users as much as every game on every game system ever made.
And they still want to charge how much for the Legatus pack? Almost 30,000? That's a new low for pay to win. I was so excited until that announcement. They won't get my money, and I pity anyone who doesn't understand what that means for future games if they sell it or don't take any shit for it.
Honestly it looks amazing but at what point do they say "Okay this is in a great place, lets focus on releasing it properly"? My biggest gripe with the game is that as of the last time I researched it, new ships could only be bought via the store and some of them cost more than my gaming PC cost to build. The defence of these crazy prices is that you'll be able to buy them ingame once it's released yet at this rate, we literally will see Half Life 3 first.
its not a scam its a cult
Careful 2pac, oneshot will come in here to tell you how poor you are, how all single player games are cinematic qte fests and how consoles are for the pions. Oh well...
187 million in crowdfunding? Talk about pressure... This better be the greatest game of all time lol.
When they reach $200,000,000 everyone will get another "development update". lol
They give development updates several times a week, every week.
Why would they stop working on this game? As long as they keep working on it, they get money flowing in like crazy.
I feel like I've been hearing about his game all gen and it's still in Alpha?
We still need 187m more to finish the game.
They made this much money and the game is still in an alpha state after ages in development lol. What a scam. The studio heads are swimming in money
All ponzi schemes eventually end.
@Antifan When the bombs fall.
Lol they had to say something after that 27k shit pack thing
Lol yeah. 27k for 114 ships. And people get mad about having to pay for DLC content in most normal games hahahahaha. This isn't even out yet. It's a buggy mess that barely works from multiple accounts. And yet they are charging 10's of thousands of dollars for more ships when they don't even have the basics working properly lol. Sounds like they have a hard time understanding how priorities work. I can just picture these guys sitting around at a fancy restaurant laughing at everyone that keeps pumping money into this. "At this point we can charge anything and people will pay it! I bet we can even charge $27,000 for over 100 ships and people will pay it! Suckers.....". I mean come on. That's $270 per ship. This has become the biggest embarrassment to what people will throw money away on. Like....in history.
@CorndogBurglar State of affairs.
This is the biggest scam in gaming history, as others have said.
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