Star Citizen has caves now as a part of a big replace.
The alpha 3.7 patch provides cave environments to the area sport for the primary time, which implies first-person mining.
Players can mine for supplies contained in the caves, developer Cloud Imperium stated, in addition to merely discover.
To establish caves it’s important to scan planets from orbit then land. Inside you employ the brand new Greycat Industrial Pyro multi-tool to search out sources and mine them. You pop the sources within the new participant stock to commerce and promote. Expect to search out new missions within the sport to encourage you to search out and discover caves, too.
Meanwhile, the replace additionally provides participant interdiction. This means you’ll be able to pull NPC and player-piloted ships out of journey. And there is a new ship leases system, which helps you to lease ships by way of in-game foreign money.
While we’re with reference to spaceships, the replace provides the Banu Defender. This is the primary flyable ship from the Banu alien race.
3.7 is a big replace for Star Citizen, then, however the sport feels no nearer to beta and, crucially, no nearer to launch after some seven years after its record-breaking crowdfunding marketing campaign started.
Back in August, Cloud Imperium delayed Star Citizen’s Squadron 42 beta by three months, to the third quarter of 2020 as a part of a brand new “staggered development” system. This is a brand new method of creating the controversial area challenge that entails splitting up the assorted growth groups between a number of supply dates in order that they launch bigger options each couple of quarters as an alternative of each quarter, however because of their staggered nature, there’s nonetheless an replace each quarter for gamers. 3.7 is a kind of updates.