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Star Citizen Alpha 3.20 is out with revamped PVP action, a new space station, HDR and more

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Every few months, Cloud Imperium Games pushes a major content update to its in-development sci-fi RPG citizen star. Today, another one of those quarterly updates hit the crowdfunded multiplayer title’s live servers, offering all backers access to a new suite of features and content. citizen star ‘Alpha 3.20 – Fully Loaded’ has major changes for fans of PVP action, new cargo functionality, new space station and more.

In the ongoing universe portion of the title, players heading to the gas giant Crusader will find Fort Uliser replaced by a new station on the route. The new space station, named Serafim Station, is built using Cloud Imperium Games’ latest engine technology and modular design philosophies. It now includes hangars, cargo decks, shopping, clinics and Player Habs.

As Port Olisar was one of the oldest stations added to the game, arriving in 2015, the developer noted that the fan-favorite ‘retro’ location may appear in a different location in the future in citizen star world.

With the launch of the MISC Hull cargo ship, cargo management as a whole was overhauled. Players can now use automatic cargo loading at Low Earth Orbit stations and move much larger boxes inside ships.

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In Arena Commander, the matchmaking-based PVP portion of citizen star, Cloud Imperium provided brand new maps for racing, dogfighting and FPS rounds. Everything from the interface to the available game modes has received updates and new content to explore. Players will now find team tank battles, gunplay, 1v1 matchups, and even a Vanduul swarm mode to jump into.

The update also includes HDR support for those playing with compatible monitors, an illegal rescue cloaking mission to delve into, vehicle handling improvements, and a host of bug fixes. Find the whole Correction notes here. of Star Citizen The crowdfunding pool continues to grow by the millions every month, reaching the $600 million mark last month.


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