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October 26th 2020

This Week in Star Citizen
October 26, 2020

Haunted Monday, everyone!

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Before we get into everything, I’d like to remind everyone that this is the last week of our fantastic month of fright.

Pick up Drake’s Day of the Vara-inspired Ghoulish Green Cutlass Paint, or strike fear in the heart of your foes with any one of the Fieldsbury Dark Bear Helmets. You can still unlock two exclusive helmets by completing the in-game challenges through the 31st! Unlock the Snarling Vanduul Helmet by racking up 50 kills in the Glaive or Gladius (both currently available to free fly), or venture to the notoriously haunted Benny Henge to unlock the Hill Horror Helmet!

Get more info on everything spooky this month in our Halloween Celebration post here!

Now, let’s see what’s going on this week:

No tricks here! On Tuesday, the narrative team will treat us with a new Portfolio on Talon Weapon Systems. The 27th is also Day of the Vara in the ‘verse. The black and green-themed holiday encourages celebrants to dress up in costumes and swap scary stories.

Thursday welcomes another episode of Inside Star Citizen. This week we’ll be checking out the style guide for the new Aegis HUD and taking a look at a prototype for ship-board power and resource management!

It’s also the last day to submit your entry to both the Pumpkin Carving Contest and the Day of the Vara Story Contest. You can check out some of the already submitted pumpkins below, featuring haunted helmets, scary ships, and the most frightening foe you’ll ever face in the ‘verse… Pico the Penguin. We can’t wait to see what you carve up!

On Friday, we’ll be dropping a spooktacular Death of a Spaceman-focused episode of Calling All Devs that you can check out on our YouTube Channel. Also, you’ll also catch our weekly Roadmap update and Roundup, and the weekly RSI Newsletter delivered to your inbox. Subscribers can look forward to an update to the Subscriber Vault and the October issue of Jump Point.

Costumes and Cosplays galore! Saturday is the last day to submit your entry to our Virtual Cosplay Contest. We’ll also be announcing the winner of both Halloween contests!

Have a great week, and stay spooky, friends!

Molly Joseph
Associate Community Manager

Screenshot by LN_NOVA


The Weekly Community Content Schedule


MONDAY, October 26, 2020
            This Week in Star Citizen   

TUESDAY, October 27, 2020
            Portfolio: Talon Weapon Systems   
            Day of the Vara   

WEDNESDAY, October 28, 2020
            - 

THURSDAY, October 29, 2020
            Inside Star Citizen      (youtube.com/user/RobertsSpaceInd)

FRIDAY, October 30, 2020
            Calling All Devs      (youtube.com/user/RobertsSpaceInd)
            Roadmap Update   (robertsspaceindustries.com/roadmap/board/1-Star-Citizen)
            Roadmap Roundup   
            Subscriber Vault Update   
            Weekly Newsletter   
            October Jump Point   

SATURDAY, October 31, 2020
        Pumpkin Carving Contest Winners Announcement       
        Day of the Vara Story Contest Winners Announcement       
        Last Day to Unlock In-Game Halloween Helmets       



Weekly Wisdom: Devtracker


Ensure you don’t miss a single post from our team with the Devtracker tool.

The Devtracker automatically updates each time a developer posts, and is a great way to keep an eye on all CIG conversation on Spectrum!

Community MVP: October 26, 2020



We're constantly amazed at the contributions made by the Star Citizen community. Whether it's fan art, a cinematic, YouTube guide, or even a 3D print of your favorite ship, we love it all! Every week, we select one piece of content submitted to the Community Hub and highlight it here. The highlighted content creator will be awarded an MVP badge on Spectrum and be immortalized in our MVP section of the Hub.

Don’t forget to submit your content to our Community Hub for the chance to see it here!


3D Printed Desk Buddy by Ungineer


We’ve seen Pico in the ‘verse, Pico in plush form, and now Ungineer has brought to life 3D printed Pico! This wonderful desk buddy stands small at a height of 4 inches and is perfectly proportioned to accompany you through the workday.


Check out more Pico pics on the Community Hub.

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