Jumping into the ‘verse like no other ship before, the 890 from Origin found its way onto the live servers with the 3.6.2 patch released last Friday. Using the rarest materials to deliver the pinnacle of elegance under the watchful eyes of the galaxy’s top designers, everything aboard this capital-sized space yacht is extraordinary. As extraordinary as the ship itself is also the commercial released by Origin to celebrate the occasion.
Last week, we compiled everything our studios around the globe accomplished in August and released the Star Citizen Monthly Report as a Comm-Link. The monthly Squadron 42 Report was sent out to all Newsletter subscribers and will also be published as a Comm-Link tomorrow. Don’t want to wait to see what’s new in Squadron land? Take the mere 30 seconds it takes to visit this site, subscribe to the SQ42 newsletter and be one of the first to know.
Also last week, we released the very first Roadmap Roundup! We’re going to accompany every Roadmap Publish with a form of written communication that we feel will better represent our roadmap updates and, more importantly, communicate with you any changes being made and why we are making them.
Now, let’s see what’s going on this week:
On Tuesday, the Lore Team will release a Portfolio piece about Tumbril Land Systems, the company providing the toughest and most dependable ground vehicles ‘verse-wide.
Thursday welcomes a new episode of Inside Star Citizen, our weekly look behind the scenes of Star Citizen development. This week we’re going spelunking!
Friday will bring us updates to the Roadmaps and the Subscriber Vault. Of course, the RSI Newsletter will also be delivered – right to your inbox. And furthermore, we welcome a new episode of Star Citizen Live, which broadcasts on our Star Citizen Channel at 8 AM Pacific. This week, we’ll sit down with John Crewe to talk all about flyable ships. Keep an eye on Spectrum for more details and the question gathering thread!
See you in the ‘verse!
Senior Community Manager
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