The long-awaited update to the game’s Alpha 3.14 is now out, and it’s bringing with it some massive changes to the game. The primary changes to the game are a new map, a new implementation of the popular sandbox style of gameplay, and an overhaul to the way players fight each other. I spoke with game designer Sandro Sammarco about what’s to come with the update.
The game that promised to revolutionize the whole concept of space shooters is nearly upon us. Star Citizen Alpha 3.14 (A3.14), as it is called, was released today, and it’s not just the latest version of Star Citizen—it’s the latest step in a long process that started with the end of the 2.6 to 2.8 release.Hello and welcome to Star Citizen news, this time for the week ending the 6th. June 2021. Alpha 3.14 is in full production and you can expect to see it in testing in the next few weeks….. We don’t yet know if the planned release will be in late June. Alien week is another event. Last year, on June 12, the focus was on alien ships and the different races in Star Citizen….. We may also see a new alien ship, as there are rumors of the cargo ship Xi’An. Inside Star Citizen: Old cat, new tricks Work on the hack gameplay continues, we’ve seen some concepts of some of the features and gameplay planned for the system that will appear in 3.15. We saw part of the interior of the Church of the Redeemer. Ares will go through the white box… on this note. A floor plan of the Ares engines was also shown. Orison is really starting to take shape, and we saw it that night, and the shuttle that will take us around the new landing site. The mighty aircraft carrier Bengal, which was on display during Fleet Week, was the focal point of the CNM. It’s huge, and they had to apply some technology in the AI modules/blades to have an easy way to detect and shoot down targets with that many turrets. Updated roadmap The capacitor game is on its way, but it has now been renamed Power Management V2….. In version 3.14, there will be major changes to the battles, with choices to make with your energy systems, as well as new missile upgrades. Quantum Travel, Logins, and Rewards tracking have been added to the progress monitoring program. The mines have been moved, but the bombs are still planned for version 3.15. Work is underway on Nyx, and the new garages will be equipped with the Star system for entry areas. Ladder, Prone and Player Status 2 have also been delayed BUT Player Status 1 is more in demand. Star Citizen Live: Let’s talk about Pedro. Pedro has composed a lot of music for Star Citizen and many other games, he has a classic style, he is a very nice man, humble and at the same time a big SC fan, he composed the theme music for SC, he contacted Chris Roberts for a collaboration after seeing Kickstarter. The music is created with the venue in mind, using different musical ingredients to create a delicious meal for your ears. They’re not done with Pyro’s music yet. Monthly reports Get out. I’ll give you some highlights. A lot of work is being done on Crusader, Orison, Nyx, and Pyro. The unmarked ship has made great progress alongside Taurus, Ares, Vulture and Redeemer. I think working on the backend and quantum universe simulation excites me the most, and working on some AI and NPC creation services will be part of the next release. A lot has happened, so check out my video on the subject, and while you’re at it, don’t forget to check out the current plans for patch 3.14, as they’ve changed quite a bit in the last few weeks. And that’s this week’s news. It’s almost Alien week, do you think we’ll see anything new in terms of ships? Waiting for Alpha 3.14? Do you have any interesting projects for June? Whatever you think, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.