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Internal Development Documents To Be Shared Going Forward

Posted by Catherine Daro on Nov 19, 2016  | Comments

Internal Development Documents To Be Shared Going Forward -

Chris Roberts has sent out the latest Star Citizen Letter from the Chairman. In it he thanks the community for their support of the game and details what the team has to go through in the development process. Like every game developer, the Star Citizen team has kept much of its development process internalized, particularly with regards to timelines and release dates. 

Starting with v2.6 internal development schedules and timelines will be published and frequently updated on the Star Citizen site. This will give players a clear picture of the state of the game, where Star Citizen is in its current cycle and when specific features may potentially be released. The internal schedule and documentation will be updated on a weekly basis.

We’ve taken stock, thought through everything and decided that, while that is a risk, above all we trust the community that has given us so much support. The community that has let us focus our passions on this incredible project. You have allowed us to take this journey, you have tracked and followed so much of how game development works… and now we think it is right to further part the curtain and share with you our production process.

The letter further goes on to discuss the sale of ships and the positive impact that the generated revenue has on the continued development of Star Citizen. Roberts also writes that purchasing ships from Star Citizen ship does not give gameplay advantage over those who do not. 

Having said all this I want to reinforce that you should only participate in the anniversary sale as a way of supporting the project. There is no need to own anything other than basic starter ship if you just want to have some fun. You will be able to earn all the ships we offer in these sales once Star Citizen goes live.

You can read the full very detailed newsletter on the Star Citizen site or participate in the discussion on our forums.