According to “Star Citizen” creator Chris Roberts, the makers of Cloud Imperiu Games will abandon an early access version. The simple reason: The Alpha 3.0, which is about to be launched, basically fulfills the same purpose.
Currently the developers of Cloud Imperium Games are preparing for the launch of the Alpha 3.0 to the in-house space adventure “Star Citizen”.
This will start in the course of next week and bring with it new new content and improvements. In a recent statement, “Star Citizen” creator Chris Roberts once again went to the start of alpha 3.0 and explained that the developers in the new Alpha test in principle see an early access phase to “Star Citizen” ,
Star Citizen: Alpha 3.0 is said to be an early-access version
Thus, not only the basic framework of the game is present, but also the persistence is given at the same time. This means in practice that you are harming and this is still present when you log out and log back in. The same applies to items which are still located in the places where they were parked.
At the same time, Roberts acknowledges the need for optimization in various areas. For example, the artificial intelligence is not at the desired level, and the developers have a lot to do with the missions. At present, these are largely composed of procedurally generated missions, in which it is often a matter of procuring certain resources and objects or eliminating predetermined targets. In addition, freight can be bought and sold. The profit can then be invested in clothing, weapons and more.
With the “Star Citizen” version 3.1, the possibility to buy new or better ships is to be introduced.