Star Citizen surpasses the $ 380 million raised and a new video update arrives

Star Citizen surpasses the $ 380 million raised and a new video update arrives

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Star Citizen surpasses the $ 380 million raised and a new video update arrives

The Star Citizen universe welcomes hospitals.

The developers of Star Citizen, Cloud Imperium Games, have recently released a new video, in which they illustrate some of the content in the pipeline for the popular space simulator.

We are mainly introduced to the hospitals and clinics that players will soon be able to use to get themselves back on their feet after a bad fight.

Later, we are reminded that the free game trial is currently active, which allows anyone to test and explore the Star Citizen universe without spending a penny. We remind you that the free event is active until August 27, so you still have one week left.

In addition to these news, we have received confirmation that Star Citizen he passed it the 380 million dollars in funding: at the time of writing, crowdfunding has reached 380,878,238 dollars, with 3,211,159 registered users (although the figure also includes free accounts, so this is not a certain figure).

High numbers that, certainly, many will find absurd in the light of all the controversies related to Star Citizen: continuous postponements, roadmaps not respected and constantly rewritten, spacecraft at exorbitant prices … a series of accusations that have now been in circulation for several years and that have not they don’t even save Squadron 42, Star Citizen’s stand-alone single-player campaign, also postponed until a later date.

Source: Twinfinite

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