If you saw the live version, "Jared! Jared! Stay on Red One, Jared! Jared! Jaaaarrrreeeeeedddd!"Ryusen wrote:Multi Crew Demo? Yes, Multi Crew Demo.
That was the second take. The first take had much more "Jared!"
Modularity is right! Let me just list off the modules already planned or concepted for the Endeavor:Musashi Industrial & Starflight Concern is proud to present the Endeavor-class research vessel, a fully modular space platform designed to be adapted for a variety of scientific and medical tasks. Initially developed as a floating laboratory, the MISC Endeavor can be outfitted for everything from spatial telescopy to use as mobile hospital. Today, we are pleased to offer your choice of an Endeavor hull in varying configurations or the option to ‘build your own’ by choosing individual component sections.
Behold, the ARK Starmap! Warning: CIG is not known for being kind to your computer. Those with older hardware, ye have been warned. Here's the video.Part of Aegis Dynamics’ Phase Two of new ship models, the Sabre was designed as a space superiority fighter for those situations where you need to leave a lighter footprint. While no one will deny the Hornet’s place as the UEE Navy’s brawler, the Sabre offers an elegant and nimble alternative to handle an ever-evolving combat landscape. Designed to be a rapid responder, the Sabre is more than capable of establishing battlefield dominance for any number of combat sorties.
Engineers looked equally to the past and the future to build the Sabre . Incorporating Aegis’ battle-tested power distribution systems into their dependable ship-hull construction while developing cutting-edge flight and system technology, the Sabre is truly a next generation fighter that represents the new Aegis.
Aegis Dynamics has designed the Sabre in response to a United Empire of Earth Navy’s request for proposal for a next-generation fighter capable of outmatching the Vanduul STINGER-class heavy fighter in speed and turning. While the Navy has not yet accepted the the Sabre bid, Aegis has opted to make a run of production prototypes available to licensed civilian operators.
Well, the wait is over! 2.0.0 is now live, and you can download it from the launcher. I hope they're able to get it semi-stable for the massive influx of media attention when we finally crest the $100 million mark in a few days. I mean, there's not much else to say. Why are you still reading this? Go check it out! Go steal aboard a Constellation, kill its captain, and fly it into a space station. Get in a firefight in a derelict wreck. Do some sight-seeing, I don't know. Just get in there and stress some servers!Envy661 wrote:Waiting very patiently for 2.0, and then I'll give a fresh perspective.
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