10 For the Chairman Episode 61
Chris Roberts answers your questions about Star Citizen in the latest edition of Ten for the Chairman! Chris answers ten questions chosen from development subscribers in each show. Want your question consid...
Kruger Intergalactic P-52 Merlin on sale!
The Merlin is here!
Originally designed to pair with the RSI Constellation, the P-52 Merlin is now available to all pilots! A dedicated parasite fighter, the Merlin is designed to be transp...
Star Marine Status Update
As you can tell, we’ve had a very busy day at Cloud Imperium! But the Merlin and Alpha 1.1.5 aren’t our only focus: work continues on the Star Marine FPS mode. This week, we ...
We thought we’d try something new. Here’s a short look at one of the many day-to-day activities of Chris Roberts. If you’d like this to become a semi-regular series, let us know in the comments below.
Star Citizen Audio Update
We’re proud to present our first iteration of Wwise audio for Star Citizen. Moving over to Wwise sets us up well to support the expansive scope and scale of our game.
We’ve spent some mont...
i never liked YOU, the back is detachable and act as a ground base BOOM, put wheels on it and its a rover BOOM it has around 5 docking rings BOOM, completely modular BOOM, looks like a vulture BOOM, its massive BOOM, in your face BOOM
only useful for the industry sector? I see more "sectors" it can be used by.. Graphic design, architecture, Gaming, Policing, Mapping, .. "Industry sector" is quite a generalization.. TB TB TB, you damn argumentative cynic..
the guy in the video, and comments its amazing tech for sure, and they might use the scanning and reconstructing part of the engine to get some key locations in games... but who might flip out over it is the industry sector, planning and engineers
that amazing Euclideon presentation wasnt that amazing since i noticed its computer generated within 10 seconds... the tech has great potential, but mainly for industry... there is a reason why most games avoid using real environments :-/