Star Citizen free-to-play with all ships flyable next week
Try the game out and take some of the ships for a spin.
Star Citizen will be having a free-fly event next week to celebrate the release of the game's first planet.
Each day will put the spotlight on a different series of craft, and players will get a chance to fly every one of the 80+ pilotable vehicles available in Star Citizen. This will come with the release of Alpha 3.3.5 which besides the significant additions of Planet Hurston and its main city Lorville, introduces Object Container Streaming, which should increase performance in-game for the majority of players.
The Star Citizen free-fly will take place from November 23 through November 30, and during this time the game will be free-to-play. Each day will feature flyable ships from one of the major starship manufacturers in the game. The free-fly ship schedule is as follows: November 23: Anvil Aerospace
- Hornet F7C
- Hornet F7C Wildfire
- Hornet F7C-R Tracker
- Hornet F7C-S Ghost
- Hornet F7C-M Super Hornet
November 24: Roberts Space Industries
- Aurora ES
- Aurora LN
- Aurora LX
- Aurora MR
- Constellation Andromeda
- Constellation Aquila
- Constellation Phoenix
- Ursa Rover
November 25: Origin Jumpworks
- 600i Explorer
November 26: Aegis Dynamics
- Avenger Stalker
- Avenger Titan
- Avenger Titan Renegade
- Avenger Warlock
- Gladius Valiant
- Retaliator Bomber
- Sabre Comet
- Vanguard Hoplite
- Vanguard Warden
November 27: Drake Interplanetary
- Caterpillar Pirate
- Cutlass Black
- Dragonfly Black
- Dragonfly Yellowjacket
November 28: Alien Manufacturers
- Nox Kue
- Vanduul Glaive
- Vanduul Blade
November 29: Musashi Industrial and Starflight Concern
- Razor EX
- Razor LX
- Reliant Kore
- Starfarer Gemini
November 30: Kruger/Argo/Tumbril/Consolidated Outland
- Argo MPUV 1C
- Argo MPUV 1P
- Cyclone AA
- Cyclone RN
- Cyclone TR
- Mustang Alpha
- Mustang Beta
- Mustang Delta
- Mustang Gamma
- P-52 Merlin
Now's a great time to check out Star Citizen, and you can do it during the free-fly risk-free. The game is starting to move out of the realm of being a fun tech demo and beginning to shape into what Cloud Imperium Games has been promising it would. With each Alpha release, the game is more stable, and the pipeline has really opened up concerning content. You can even purchase ships with in-game currency you earn through missions now.
In the meantime, be sure to check out our Star Citizen developer interview for more things Roberts Space Industries.
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https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link//16849-Anniversary-Promotion-Free-Fly-Details details here. When you sign up, use someone's referral code, it gets you, and them, some shit. There is a randomizer some people on reddit made https://gorefer.me/randomizer/STAR or you could ask for mine HINT HINT :-P
This kind of reads like paid content?
Now's a great time to check out Star Citizen, and you can do it during the free-fly risk-free. The game is starting to move out of the realm of being a fun tech demo and beginning to shape into what Cloud Imperium Games has been promising it would. With each Alpha release, the game is more stable, and the pipeline has really opened up concerning content.
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Obligatory re-post: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX-c78SURpI
The 3.3 patch has made vast improvements in performance and frame-rate.
The added Object Container Streaming, which means that the client machines no longer have to keep track of every single item in the whole solar system, just what's near you.
I went from getting frames in the 40s, to about 115-125, all on high settings, and a 1070gtx.
If anyone wants to sign up, you can use my referral code, I'll get some items, and you'll get free in game credits to start.
I'd appreciate it (I only have 5 referrals atm)
Ingame I'm "Longscope"