Last week, Alpha 3.6.1 made its way to the live servers and brought numerous fixes and tweaks to the Persistent Universe. If you haven’t done so, you can read all about it in the patch notes, or simply update your client via the launcher and hop in! As always, we encourage you to share your experience and feedback in the 3.6 related feedback threads.
Meanwhile, we compiled what our studios around the globe have accomplished in July and released the Star Citizen Monthly Report as a Comm-Link, and the monthly Squadron 42 Report was sent out to all Newsletter subscribers.
In case you missed it, you might want to check your SQ42 newsletter subscription status and wait for Wednesday, as we’ll also publish all the juicy bits as a Comm-Link.
Lastly, don’t forget that Gamescom 2019 is just around the corner! Members of the community team will be roaming the showfloor and giving out exclusive swag, so keep an eye on our social channels to find out where we’ll be at the convention each day. Furthermore, we’ll be representing at Bar Citizen events in the evenings, with Friday’s meetup including special guests Erin Roberts and Brian Chambers. Join your fellow citizens and come meet us in Cologne. More info can be found here.
Now, let’s see what’s going on this week:
On Tuesday, the Lore Team will publish a Galactic Guide looking at the Hadrian System, one of the most famous checkpoint systems for pilots traveling between UEE territory to Xi’An proper.
Wednesday we’ll publish the Squadron 42 Monthly Report for July as a Comm-Link.
Thursday welcomes a new episode of Inside Star Citizen, our weekly look behind the scenes of Star Citizen development.
Friday will see a Roadmap Update and the RSI Newsletter delivered right to your inbox. We also welcome a new episode of Star Citizen Live, which airs on our Star Citizen Channel at 9am PDT (4pm UTC). This time, we’ll sit down with Pedro Macedo Camacho and talk about his work, his process and music composition in general. If you have a question for Pedro, head over to Spectrum and let us know!
See you in the ‘verse!
Senior Community Manager
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