Star Citizen’s Alpha 3.18 scratches on first launch, causing players to rampage online

Alpha 3.18 should be it StarCitizens “biggest update yet,” but what appears to have happened is instead a spectacularly flawed launch, causing players to rage across all of the game’s official channels.

At the time of writing, the forums are on fire as players report login errors, lobby errors, and what appears to be a bug-filled build for those who actually manage to actually get inside. In the meantime, reply to officially tweets of players show queue times that number In The thousands along with the above login error codes.

The problem is further compounded by the fact that many players feel that CIG has decided to silence the funk, with many assuming the team screwed into the weekendwhich would be understandable on most weekends (everyone needs free time!), but maybe a little unwise Immediately after launching a patch, the studio certainly knew there were problems. Sure enough, there haven’t been any official announcements or discussions at the moment, so it might be best for backers not to sign up.

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 the sale 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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