After eight bustling days of ATV Anniversary Specials, we’re back to our regular schedule this week. If you missed any of the episodes highlighting our ship manufacturers from Anvil to Drake, you can check them all out here.
The accompanying Anniversary sale ends today, but if you want to treat yourself to an early Christmas present: the Anvil Hawk, Aegis Hammerhead, and UEE land claim licenses are still available until December 11th. Closing up the Anniversary Specials, was Jared Huckaby, hosting an extraordinary episode of Happy Hour where YOU helped determine what will be the next ship from Drake Interplanetary. Watch the entire episode if you haven’t already and then vote for your vessel of choice to add to Drake’s (Interplanetary, not that Canadian) lineup.
As we’re into a new month, it’s also time to catch up with what our teams in Austin, LA, UK, and Frankfurt have been working on in November’s monthly report. There’s been a concerted push among our various studios to get the Alpha 3.0 to the community, and we’re currently focusing on stability and performance.
With that, let’s see what’s going on this week:
We’re kicking off the week with a new episode of Citizens of the Stars, highlighting the incredible contributions made by our community. Our Spotlight guest will be Twitch streamer RedLir, followed by Chris Smith in the Quantum Questions hot seat, trying to make it to the top of the leaderboard. Catch it here.
On Tuesday, the Lore Team will publish their weekly lore post, offering an additional look at the background and history that will bring the Star Citizen universe to life. You can find all previously released posts here.
On Wednesday, we’ll explore another system in the Star Citizen universe with Loremaker’s Guide to the Galaxy. You’ll also receive the answers to your questions for the Hammerhead and the Hawk in Spectrum’s announcement section.
The Land Claim License Q&A also releases this week – specific day TBD.
Thursday, we’ll welcome a new episode of ATV, with an update to the Burndown list from Eric Keiron Davis.
And Friday, the latest newsletter will hit your inbox, and we’ll publish the updated Schedule Report!
On with the week, Citizens and remember the Cant!
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