Star Citizen Gets New Video Starring MISC Ships: Passes 169 Million Dollars in Funding

Star Citizen passes another crowdfunding milestone (yes, another), as a new video features ships by the Musashi Industrial and Starflight Concern.

on November 30, 2017 6:03 PM

Today, Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games released a brand new video focusing on Musashi Industrial and Starflight Concern, or MISC for short.

The video provides updates on two prominent civilian starships that will be in the game, the mining vessel MISC Prospector and the peculiar cargo ship MISC Hull C.

The HULL C is particularly interesting, as it basically folds to increase external cargo capacity, but it loses the ability to land conventionally when this is done, having to rely on space stations.

On top of the video, the game has passed another crowdfunding milestone, and more precisely it’s now over 169 million dollars, by quite a chunk actually. It’s sitting on $169,453,398 in funding, with 1,924,824 registered users. Considering that yesterday around this hour it was at $168,807,597, it has made about $650,000 in a day again.

This was achieved thanks to the annual anniversary sale, that is providing several ships at a discounted rate. As usual, it’s worth mentioning that this kind of sales have the purpose of supporting development, and all ships will be available for purchase for in-game credits.

You can watch the new video below. If you want to see more, you can check out more videos on the RSI Constellation Phoenix and Orion, on land claims and the Consolidated Outland Pioneer and Mustangon the Origin 600i and 890 Jumpon the Banu Merchantman and Tumbril Cycloneon 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.

 /  Executive News Editor
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