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Chris Roberts: It’s too early to talk about Star Citizen’s debut

The space game is still in Alpha phase, receiving millions of dollars in support and no release date

Will Star Citizen ever be released? That is the question some are asking after years in which the space-themed game has been in development and has received support from the community that already numbers more than $ 200 million. At this point, I would think that the information about its official launch would be close, but according to the head of the project, it is too early to touch that subject.

The most recent update of information on Star Citizen has taken place with a post by Chrsi Roberts, who touched on issues related to Squadron 42, the campaign mode of the ambitious space-themed game. In that sense, Roberts announced that the space on the dedicated Squadron 42 official site will have a “pause”, which means that information about this mode will no longer be offered.

According to the head of Star Citizen, they will only show progress of the campaign mode once the development team considers that it is ready because, according to Roberts, it is early to touch the subject and that implies that it is also early to talk about a date of launching. Star Citizen currently goes through Alpha 3.12.

In this regard, Roberts was clear, noting: “Squadron 42 will be ready when it is finished, and it will not be released just by commitment, but only when all the technology and content are finished, the game is polished and it plays great. I am not willing. to commit to the development of a game that I believe in with all my heart and soul, and I think it would not be favorable to all the team members who have poured so much love and hard work into that mode if we rush to get it in their hands of all who claim it. Over the past few years, I’ve seen some long-awaited games released before they were bug-free and completely polished. This holiday season is no exception. This is just another reminder to me of why I have so lucky to have such a caring community. “

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