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Beside the usual dedicated troll leaving their nasty comments, Alpha 3.1 is a leap forward in terms of stability. Sustained 30 to 50 fps with still some fps drop occurrence. Of course being an Alpha, it is not supposed to be played like a finished game.
Proof: CIG is confident are such regular free for all week-end to let everyone test it in full transparency.Reply
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Yes because the truth hurts to the point where you'd call anyone that doesn't agree with your religious support to cig a "troll".


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Star Citizen Alpha 3.1 adds character customization, new ships, and moreStar Citizen Alpha 3.1 adds character customization, new ships, and more
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From another web site:

A quick link drop from a guy who did run the new patch: “3.1 – First steps in New Update – 4K Ultrawide”

There are several magic moment but this one at 01:27:00 provide an epic cinematic view all from game engine:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5671&v=Tjz_JWci4iw

If I had a doubt what and why I pledged for.. this is exactly for such a moment.

And for the sake of transparency, yes there are still a lot of work to make it more playable/enjoyable :)
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Star Citizen's lawyers say Crytek lawsuit "sacrifices legal sufficiency for loud publicity"Star Citizen's lawyers say Crytek lawsuit "sacrifices legal sufficiency for loud publicity"
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Here is an update. We are now +21 days after this new “drama”. CIG has answered to Crytek lawsuit... and without surprise, once again, the "drama" turned to be the biggest joke of all past "drama" :)

Here are all the filed documents available on one single place:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1mPjfXrjAf9RUq3_5cJgd-hF-I5XoCQta

Of course, that is not the end of the story. Crytek will obviously claim that breach of contract are real…. but I can’t resist to copy sir Voroxpete’s comments:


Highlights:

* CryTek attempted to sue RSI even though RSI didn’t actually exist when CIG negotiated the original agreement. They only created that company a few years later as a publicity arm for Star Citizen.
* CryTek tried to accuse Ortwin of not recusing himself even though he actually got a waiver from CryTek before negotiating the agreement. Owned.
* CryTek never showed the court the actual agreement they claim CIG violated, because it flat out disproves all of their claims.
* The agreement clearly states that CIG can use CryEngine for both Star Citizen and Squadron 42. Slam dunk.
* The claim that CIG has some kind of duty to only use CryEngine and nothing else is basically total bullshit, and really obvious bullshit at that. Like, we’re talking “A first year law student could spot that this case has no merit” levels of bullshit. CryTek are asking the court to ignore almost a century of established law in order to accept their interpretation of “exclusive”.
* As any sane person would expect, the whole “removing CryTek logos and copyright notices” thing is ridiculous because they only took them off after they stopped using CryEngine.
In short, CIG have unleashed the Ortwin. CryTek got rekt.


In short, we see the reason why the complaint was amended to list everything as being done ‘intentionally’… Then CIG goes and drops a metric ass-ton (that’s bigger than an Imperial ass-ton) of case-law into why that wont fly…. :)
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Star Citizen review snippet How hard is it to control ships in Star Citizen?
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