Play Cloud Imperium Games' space sim, Star Citizen, for free from today, May 11, to June 1 to celebrate Invictus Launch Week.
With the new $17.25 million investment, Cloud Imperium Games has raised nearly $340 million since 2012 for developing Star Citizen.
Star Citizen will include ASL emotes for those who are deaf or hard of hearing with plans to add facial animations.
Star Citizen has been gaining its budget through a crowdfunding campaign since 2012, and it recently hit $200 million raised by 2.1m backers.
Star Citizen’s Single-Player Squadron 42 Gets Epic New Trailer as Crowdfunding Passes 195 Million Dollars
Star Citizen's Single-Player Squadron 42 looks really epic in a brand new trailer featuring its star-studded cast and plenty of space battles.
Cloud Imperium Games showcased a mission over the massive planet Hurston which is coming soon to the alpha, alongside new ships.
Cloud Imperium Games shows off some spiffy battles in the alpha, and a sneak peak of the environment work being done for future releases.
Following the release of Star Citizen alpha 3.2, Cloud Imperium games is testing alpha 3.21, and working on 3.3. A new video provides a glimpse.
After the release of alpha 3.2, Cloud Imperium Games is working hard on the upcoming version 3.3, which will bring Hurston and more in September.
Star Citizen backers just got a nice chunk of new content, including mining gameplay. Yet, the game's single-player campaign isn't bound for this year.
A new video showcases the tech being built to support Star Citizen's single-player campaign Squadron 42, including a new look at the Vanduul.
Star Citizen fans can enjoy a new video showing the new group system, new facial animations, weapons, and a look at the lore of the Caliban system.
Star Citizen is offering a premium-priced DLC bundled titled The Legatus Pack for the most generous backers of the space-based PC game.
Star CItizen passed another crowdfunding milestone, while a new line of transport ships by Crusader Industries is introduced, the Hercules Starlifter.
Cloud Imperium Games provides a handy and impressive update on the development of Star Citizen's single-player campaign Squadron 42.
Cloud Imperium Games' Star Citizen passes two relevant milestones in registered users and crowdfunding total, enlarging its fanbase and budget.
Star Citizen's Alpha 3.1 will come in a few days, and it'll bring more flyable ships and drivable vehicles, that were showcased in a batch of new trailers.
Star Citizen Global Head of Development and Foundry 42 Studio Director Erin Roberts talks about the ins and outs this year's updates.
Star Citizen's single player Squadron 42 will feature advanced AI that aims to make the crew of the player's warship feel alive and dynamic.