Star Citizen's single player campaign has been delayed indefinitely

Star Citizen's single player campaign has been delayed indefinitely

Star Citizen's single player campaign has been delayed indefinitely

Star Citizen's single player campaign has been delayed indefinitely

 

Star Citizen's single player campaign, Squadron 42, has been delayed indefinitely due to the sheer amount of work that still needs to be done to the title. 

Cloud Imperium Games did plan to release Squadron 42 in late 2016, with the company not announcing a new release timeframe, leaving many to expect that the game will not be ready until 2018.   

 

Star Citizen's single player campaign has been delayed indefinitely

 
Star Citizen's ambitions have grown exponentially since the game was announced, with the game's single player Squadron 42 single player campaign now featuring both FPS gameplay as well as both in space and in atmosphere dogfights with a large selection of different fighters and dreadnaughts. Below is a list of confirmed features for Squadron 42. 

  

Star Citizen Squadron 42 will have 28 chapters and will release in 2017

 

Below is a video which showcases Star Citizen version 3.0, which was shown by Cloud Imperium during CitizenCon 2016. This video showcases some spectacular visuals from both a first-person and 3rd person perspective, though at this time we do not know what hardware was used to run the game. 

This video showcases some spectacular visuals from both a first-person and 3rd person perspective at 1080p 60FPS, though at this time we do not know what hardware was used to run the game. 

 

 

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12-10-2016, 05:28:50

SuB
oh man, "We're gonna have all the things when it's released"

When will it be released?

"Somewhen? .. never? maybe? who knows"Quote

12-10-2016, 06:30:17

Greenback
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
oh man, "We're gonna have all the things when it's released"

When will it be released?

"Somewhen? .. never? maybe? who knows"
"What do I need to make games for. now I'm a multi-millionaire"Quote

12-10-2016, 07:12:22

Dark NighT
Has this been confirmed at all or are you looking to create another silly discussion, cus no where in that presentation did i hear chris say it would be delayed into indefinitely which usually implies cancelled to the gaming media and people perceive it wrong, i know not a lot of people on this forum are a fan of this, but the recent discussions about this game and sensational thread titles, uch.Quote

12-10-2016, 07:13:01

SeekaX
http://www.overclock3d.net/news/soft...ease_in_2017/1 What happened to that?
Also the comedic value of this is slowly making up for the loss i made on this game. It's like watching the Titanic slowly approaching the iceberg while everyone on board is going on about how awesome New York is going to be. Don't worry guys, that iceberg is going to be nothing but a slight inconvenience. This ship cannot sink.Quote

12-10-2016, 07:58:56

mazty
Total click-bait piece. It hasn't been delayed indefinitely (in the game sense of being mothballed) - it's still work in progress. If you had taken the time to listen to what Chris Roberts said, it was that he wasn't going to give any clear dates because the developers aren't sure when it'll be completed, which is not the same as "delayed indefinitely". Sad to see the utter lack of research for this piece.

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Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
http://www.overclock3d.net/news/soft...ease_in_2017/1 What happened to that?
Also the comedic value of this is slowly making up for the loss i made on this game. It's like watching the Titanic slowly approaching the iceberg while everyone on board is going on about how awesome New York is going to be. Don't worry guys, that iceberg is going to be nothing but a slight inconvenience. This ship cannot sink.
It's the exact same thing, but it's been misrepresented by another site, which apparently then constitutes news. Also, I can't see why you think a game that is pushing all the technical boundaries, while starting from literally nothing, is going to be made quicker than a lot of other games:
http://imgur.com/1WltZ1U

Why is it that so many people are seemingly routing for SC to not succeed? This bizarre negative stance to the game makes no sense.Quote
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