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As you take your first steps into the expansive Star Citizen universe, you might be wondering where to find your ship. Fear not. You’ve come to the right place.
Initially, there’s a lot to take in. But don’t worry, there’s no right or wrong way to play Star Citizen. The entire point is immersing yourself in the game world. Stanton is vast, and it’s easy to get lost simply traversing the spaceport. Slow down, relax, and get acclimated to your surroundings and the controls.
When you’re ready to take to the skies and see what else is out there, you’ll want to find your ship. Follow our detailed Getting Started guide to help you do just that.
Star Citizen currently takes place in the Stanton system, a corporate-controlled commerce hub filled with near-limitless opportunity (additional systems are currently in development). There are four planets and twelve moons in Stanton, each with their own points of interest. From massive cities to small outposts, busy space stations to creepy cave systems, blizzard-kissed mountains to sprawling tundra, there’s plenty to see. Spool up your quantum drive and explore wherever and however you want.
Now that you’re out there exploring the ‘verse, it’s time to earn some credits. One way to do this is to run a mission. Open your mobiGlas (F1), navigate to your mission manager, and accept any available mission in one of many categories, from exciting high-stakes parcel delivery to earning your stripes as a bounty hunter. Consult our Missions and Contracts guide for more details.
Completing these missions earns credits that can be used to purchase a wide variety of items from shops found at most space stations and landing zones. Weapons, armor, clothing, ship parts, components, and even ships and vehicles are available for in-game purchase.
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The best way to learn the tricks of the trade is from the citizens who have already mastered them. The Guide System gives you an easy way to find knowledgeable members of the community to help you get started or hone your skills in a particular role or profession.
No matter your style of play, the Welcome Hub is a one-stop shop when it comes to getting started. Alongside the Guide System, there are a wealth of tutorials and how-tos to kickstart your personal journey into the Stanton system. Looking for a deeper dive on something specific? Our in-depth Knowledge Base has all the detail you could ask for on anything from controls to in-game reputation.
Getting an error when trying to log in? These things can happen, especially during massive events. The Status Page gives you an overview of the Persistent Universe, matchmaking, and platform along with reports of any outages.
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Emergent gameplay refers to situations, scenarios, and events that happen either organically or are planned by the community, rather than the developers. Being an open universe, Star Citizen has no shortage of these!
From in-game racing competitions and large-scale player-vs-player battles to roleplay events, the community employs the robust systems and mechanics of Star Citizen to create unique ways to play.
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The Star Citizen community is always buzzing with activity, and there are a few places where you can see what they’re up to. Spectrum is your go-to place to discuss the game, find an organization, or just chat with fellow citizens. The Community Hub highlights the amazing creations the community has made, including videos, galleries, livestreams, podcasts, and more.
Whether you’re looking to make a name hunting bounties, join a convoy of cargo haulers, or crew up to explore the stars, the easiest way to find like-minded citizens is to join an Organization. Organizations are groups of players with their own distinct story, look, and goals. Each one has an archetype and a selection of activities that they focus on. Check out the Organizations section of Spectrum and join one today, or check out our Organizations hub for more info if you aren't quite ready to join up.
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During the Intergalactic Aerospace Expo 2953, Star Citizen will be free to play from November 17 to November 30. Visit the Tobin Expo Center on microTech for a 14-day in-game spaceship fair with new vehicle announcements, special edition paints, daily gamplay focus recommendations, and free test flights for over 130 flyable ships.
This all-new mission tasks you with stealing key evidence from Security Post Kareah; a simple concept but a challenge for even the most seasoned outlaw. Plus, if you're late to the party, the target evidence could already be in the hands of another player... how you retrieve it is your call.
Buried far away from civilization lie Stanton's underground facilities. Head deep into these once-thriving installations to extract valuable left-over items in the face of hostile force. And, while you're there, why not liberate a few extra goodies to make the trip worthwhile?
Crusader's breathtaking city in the clouds is under attack once again. New platforms across the gas giant Crusader enable multiple instances of the mission to be run simultaneously, meaning players can undertake the challenging Platform Assault at any time.
This update removes the warning that notifies players of a new presence on-board a ship, making it more difficult to detect stowaways. But be warned, the interiors of players' ships are now considered trespass zones for those without permission to enter. Anyone boarding a ship without permission will be issued a Trespass Warning and can be legally attacked (even with lethal force) by law-abiding vehicle owners and their party. Tread carefully!
Alpha 3.21 added vehicle tractor beams, which allow players to move and tow bigger objects, including other ships. This update adds pilot and remote-turret-controlled tractor beams to ships that support them.
Whether you choose the lawful or unlawful path, this mission will put your defensive and strategic skills to the test! Your objective is to infiltrate hostile locations and hack servers to either recover or steal data. Access the main terminal via hacking or use the technician's ID chip found somewhere in the facility to initiate an uplink and transfer data to your handler. But be warned, the mission can quickly take a turn for the worse; it's your responsibility to keep the servers safe (and from overheating!) until enough data has been uploaded.