Last week we announced the date and location for CitizenCon 2948! We invite you to join us at the Long Center, in Austin, Texas, on October 10th, for a full day of presentations and interactions, exploring the current and future developments in Star Citizen and Squadron 42. See you there!
The Community team is currently looking through all the incredible screenshots we received for our Intel® Optane™ SSD 900P contest and will announce a winner soon. And although there can only be one winner, we’d like to thank everyone who submitted a screenshot. You guys did a fantastic job, and there’ll surely be another chance to come in in first place.
With that, let’s see what’s going on this week:
Today, we’ll welcome a new episode of Calling All Devs, the show answering the questions asked and voted on by you, the Star Citizen community. This week, we’ll cover the current state of things on the planet Crusader, oceans on the planet Hurston, and Orbital markers and the future of planetary approaches.
The fantastic Lore Team always expands on the lore and narrative that makes up the Star Citizen universe. Read up on previously published lore posts here and check back in on Tuesday for the latest post.
No Bugsmashers! this week, but the show will return next week on its regular bi-weekly schedule.
Thursday, we will welcome another installment of Around the Verse with an all-new episode of Ship Shape. Make sure to tune in for the latest news on the ‘Verse’s greatest ships. We’ll also publish our monthly report, so check out our website to see what the studios have been up to during the month of April.
Lastly, make sure to tune in on Friday at 9am PDT / 4pm UTC for another episode of Reverse the Verse, broadcasted live on our Star Citizen Twitch channel. Stay tuned for further information about who our special guests will be and keep an eye on Spectrum for the Questions Thread!
And that’s our schedule for this week, citizens. We’ll see you in the ‘Verse!
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