'Star Citizen' Features, Platforms, Characters & Storyline: Starters Game Package Offers Extras, Game Engine Switch From Crytek To Amazon
"Star Citizen", a crowd funded game developed by Cloud Imperium Games will be launched in 2017 with a new and enhanced game engine. It will be moving from Crytek's Cry Engine to the Amazon Engine with extras. Not only this, because the game will come with a Starter game package with extras and subscription intended not only for newbies but also for the veterans of the game.
In a report by Gamenguide, "Star Citizen" has gain a huge support of funding amounting to more than $100 million through Kickstarter. With all the fine tuning, the game has caught up with its pre-release 2.6 alpha that is available for 2017 with a total of 28 chapters. Initially, the alpha release of the Hangar and Planetside modules had engaged the gamers to explore, modify or do upgrading.
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Meanwhile, Gamespot has revealed that "Star Citizen" will feature Squadron 42 - the full persistent universe module and the single-player and co-op campaign mode. Modifications and improvements of the game include new systems for online gaming. Likewise, revolutionary technologies like the inclusion of procedural planets and the Spectrum is the venue for community platform.
To those who are eager to get a copy of the "Star Citizen" package, try to contact the official site. For the Starter Game Package, gamers can choose the features and game play such as the ship and the design of the gameplay like agility, speed and more.
Price offers for "Star Citizen" ranged from £35 for one of the starter to as high as £12,600 for the 'The Completionist' package. Take note that individual ships can be bought at £50 to hundreds of pounds. For updates of the game, stay tuned to Gamenguide.
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