Celebrate Star Citizen with Alpha 3.11: High Impact Update Launch, Birthday Events, Halloween Festivities, and More This Week

by Chris Camilleri
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Cloud Imperium Games Thanks the Star Citizen Community with Digital Prizes, Halloween-Themed Items, and a Squadron 42 Video Update Showcasing a Flythrough of the Aciedo Space Station

 Cloud Imperium Games (CIG) is kicking off an interstellar celebration as Star Citizen approaches its eighth birthday. Since the project was first unveiled to prospective players on October 10, 2012, the Star Citizen team at CIG has continuously expanded gaming’s most ambitious universe, updating its growing player base and community on the status of development along the way, and bringing the project closer to the team’s goals for the ultimate space simulation. To celebrate the Star Citizen birthday this weekend, CIG is planning a weekend of events and content, beginning with the latest new Star Citizen Alpha release. The new Star Citizen — Alpha 3.11: High Impact update arrives today, along with a variety of celebratory activities and events for players, including Digital Prizes and giveaways, wicked Halloween-themed space booty, and the opportunity for players to Rock the Space Vote in an in-game election that will determine the political future of Star Citizen.

Today is a big day for the Star Citizen community as it marks both the launch of the Alpha 3.11: High Impact Update as well as the beginning of Star Citizen’s birthday celebration,” said Cloud Imperium Games CEO and Star Citizen creative director Chris Roberts. “It has been an incredible eight years of building this universe with the most amazing community in gaming. While we’ve made huge progress towards creating a fully immersive universe like nothing else in gaming, none of this would have been possible without the support and devotion of our community. On behalf of everyone at Cloud Imperium Games, I’d like to share our thanks and gratitude for your support. We are truly humbled and look forward to continuing the journey together.”

Halloween – one of the many features in the update

The Star Citizen — Alpha 3.11: High Impact update is now live and available for all pilots, unveiling three new Origin 100 series starter ships. Designed for pilots looking to turn heads without sacrificing functionality or reliability, the 100 Series is among the most fuel-efficient ships in class with elegant onboard living accommodations. The 100 Series will also be the first new ships to feature a more physicalized dashboard, where every button and switch in the cockpit’s interior can be interacted with by the pilot. Whether you’re looking for the ultimate personal touring vessel, a short-range delivery solution, or an elegant peacemaker, there’s a 100 Series ship to fit your personal adventure.

Origin 100

In a major move to bring Star Citizen further in line with CIG’s vision for a realistic and immersive experience, pilots can expect a new element of danger with the removal of Armistice Zones around a selection of existing locations. Expect more combat near space stations, as pilots may now be attacked by other players when entering or leaving a variety of space stations. Security forces and turret systems have been added to maintain law and order in these heavily trafficked hubs as a result.

In addition to Armistice Zone changes and the new 100 Series of ships, Alpha 3.11: High Impact also introduces new force reactions and high-powered weapons, as well as improvements to planetary art, expanded prison gameplay, and a new inventory UI. For full details on the vast array of new ships, weapons, features, and gameplay improvements included in the Star Citizen — Alpha 3.11: High Impact update, please head here.

For further information, including how to download and play Star Citizen, visit the official website. Enlist today and join this ever-expanding universe by visiting the game’s Welcome Hub and Guide System for tips on how to play. Millions of players from around the world have already joined to help CIG build the most ambitious game ever made.

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