Star Citizen has previews of Alpha 3.19’s expanded wrecks and updated Lorville

During StarCitizens Alpha 3.18 Build has passed the public test moves, the game’s recurring weekly video overview takes a look at the features of Alpha 3.19, specifically highlighting an expansion of derelict ships and settlements, and the multitude of updates being made to the Lorville landing zone.

Crashed Ships take their next evolutionary step forward with several new types of wrecks for players to find, from newly wrecked and still burning ships to the vine-covered skeletal remains of a ship plucked clean. The video also makes a lot of noise about the expansion of derelict settlement sites, which uses a growing library of pre-built buildings that can be customized, placed, and customized to create more such settlements around the existing Stanton system and the still-evolving Pyro system .

The video then transitions to an updated look at the work of the City of Lorville, which has taken a few more steps since its CitizenCon preview. In particular, building locations have been adjusted, new flight routes for ships and trains have been introduced, and landing zones on rooftops have been introduced, which will later be used for building interiors and related missions that players can access in future updates.

Longtime MMORPG players will know this StarCitizen originally launched in 2012 for over $2 million with a planned launch in 2014. As of 2022, it still lingers in an incomplete but playable alpha, after years of raising over $500 million from players through continuous crowdfunding and sales of in-game ships and other assets. It is currently the highest-funded video game of all time and has endured both the steadfast loyalty of proponents and immense skepticism from critics. A jointly developed single player title, squadron 42was always delayed.

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