Star Citizen Is The Next Game To Add To Your Must-Play List

Emma Crameri Emma Crameri has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on 19 May 2020

One of my Facebook friends has recommended I try Star Citizen. Reid says: “The only game I’m playing these days is Star Citizen. If you can stand some bugs and occasional crashes, there’s still an awful lot to enjoy. The sights and sounds are next level. You can fly from planet to planet within a solar system with no loading screens, including landing on the surface and entering buildings!”

Welcome Gamers

Mark down the following dates in your diary as they are having a free fly event. This essentially means you can play for free from 22nd May to 1 June 2020. This is called Invictus Launch Week. To celebrate all players are able to try out some of the different spaceships for free.

If you are new to this game, start with the Play with a Guide webpage. Here you’ll find details about downloading the game, request a guide for your playing level and then learn the basics and honing your skills.

Teaser Video for New Features

If you like the game, please consider buying some sweet Star Citizen merchandise, including shirts, patches, books and more.

About Cloud Imperium Games and Roberts Space Industries

Cloud Imperium Games Corporation and its affiliate, Roberts Space Industries Corp. were founded in April 2012 by renowned game developer Chris Roberts (Wing Commander, Freelancer, Privateer), Sandi Gardiner, and Ortwin Freyermuth, with Erin Roberts (Starlancer, Privateer) joining the team in 2013. Operating from five studios in Los Angeles, Austin, Manchester, Derby, and Frankfurt, under Roberts’ leadership, Cloud Imperium has assembled a top tier development team. Cloud Imperium Games is 100% crowdfunded and officially announced Star Citizen on October 10, 2012. The game recently surpassed more than two million accounts created by its fans. People interested in backing the project can visit Star Citizen and Squadron 42® are being marketed and launched via

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