Over the years, the Star Citizen community has enjoyed the opportunity to interact with CIG employees in a variety of unique ways. We’re now excited to offer a direct and organized process for creators to invite official CIG representatives to their podcasts, videos, streams, and talk shows. Head over to our FAQ to learn more.
Help us make the How to Play section of the Star Citizen website even better, starting with Star Marine and Arena Commander. Take part in the contest for a chance to win prizes and leave your mark on the official Star Citizen website.
Lastly, if you haven’t picked up a ticket for CitizenCon 2948, we still have Standard Access tickets available here. Join us at the Long Center, in Austin, Texas, for a full day of presentations and interactions, exploring the current and future developments in Star Citizen and Squadron 42.
With that, let’s see what’s going on this week:
Monday is another all-new episode of Calling All Devs, this time with questions about animations, VTOL changes, linking multiple quantum jumps as waypoints, Death of a Spaceman and the future of a potential career as a capital ship navigator. You won’t want to miss this one.
Tuesday is lore day! The Lore Team will publish another in-fiction story to help cure your craving for more Star Citizen lore. Check out previously published lore posts here.
Thursday, we’ll receive an update on the latest developments in the PU, and talk about the Legacy Armor in an all-new episode of Around the Verse. The embedded Loremaker’s Guide to the Galaxy will explore the lore, science and behind-the-scenes decisions involved in the design of the Osiris System.
Lastly, make sure to tune in on Friday at 12PM PDT / 7PM 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 with that, we’ll see you in the ‘Verse.
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