Today Cloud Imperium Games released another video of its upcoming space simulator Star Citizen.
This time around, the video focuses on the oldest ship manufacturer in the Star Citizen universe, Roberts Space Industries. The first ship showcased is the luxury cruiser Constellation Phoenix.
The second ship is the RSI Orion, which is currently the biggest mining ship in the game. As a matter of fact, the ship has been scaled up to almost double its original size.
Finally, we move away from shops and into ground vehicles with the Ursa Rover. It’s quite interesting to see how its design was influenced by size restrictions, since it has to fit in the cargo bay of a Constellation.
In the meanwhile, the anniversary sale continues, and the game’s crowd-funding tally has reached $168,807,597 at the moment of this writing. This means that it has made over $650,000 in twenty four hours. Registered players are now at 1,923,590.
It’s worth mentioning that all the ship sales are entirely optional, giving backers ways to support development. All of the ships will be available to purchase with in-game credits.
You can check out the video below, and for the sake of full disclosure, keep in mind that the author of the article is one of the backers of the game.
If you want to see more, you can check out more videos on land claims and the Consolidated Outland Pioneer and Mustang, on the Origin 600i and 890 Jump, on the Banu Merchantman and Tumbril Cyclone, on the Aegis Dynamics Hammerhead, one on the Aegis Hawk, another showing the impressive procedural cities technology, one on the latest updates made to quantum travel, and one on improvements that are being made to the game’s visuals.