Crowd-Funded MMORPG Star Citizen Releases First Planet
The ambitious crowdfunded space MMORPG Star Citizen has just released its first planet, Hurston, this comes along with new feature which allows players purchase new ships. To celebrate the launch Hurston, the game will be free to download and play from 23rd November to 30th November, with free access to all the game has to offer.
From the mind of Chris Roberts, acclaimed creator of Wing Commander and Freelancer, the game is 100% crowd funded and aims to create a living, breathing science fiction universe with unparalleled immersion. Star Citizen is the First Person Universe that will allow players for unlimited gameplay.
Check this trailer down below:
“Star Citizen places you in the middle of a living, breathing science fiction universe populated with friends, enemies and the unknown.
You decide how to make your way in the galaxy, whether you’re a simple merchant trader, a fearsome pirate or a badass mercenary… and anything in-between, you control your destiny as you inhabit a world with an unparalleled level of immersion.
Choose your ship, choose your profession and choose your allies! Whether you’re searching for the perfect thruster upgrade for your Hornet or smuggling ancient alien artifacts across the Xi’An border, every choice impacts how Star Citizen’s world reacts to you.
- Play the character you’ve always dreamed of being and build YOUR place in the galaxy!
- It’s your world: Reserve your own corner of Star Citizen by backing to support the game during development. You’ll start off with your own Hangar and starship, along with everything you need to begin a career that could change the fate of the galaxy!
- Real Risk, Real Reward: Star Citizen features a fully realized death mechanic, giving exceptional weight to your choices. It’s a world where taking an additional risk might mean a windfall of credits… or your lifeless corpse orbiting an asteroid.
- What You See is What You Play
Every Star Citizen trailer features 100% in-engine content using actual game assets. Our aim is to show you the game we’re building, not to stun you with pre-rendered cutscenes. But with the attention to detail we’re putting into Star Citizen’s world, you’re forgiven if the two seem like one and the same!”
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