Star Citizen cracks $26 million, new starter ship options unlocked at $28

Star Citizen

By on November 5, 2013 at 2:20 pm

Star Citizen seems to be the gift that people keep on giving to, with space-sim-hungry gamers now pushing another million dollars down Chris Roberts very excited throat.

At the $26 million mark, the development team have included enhanced capital ship systems, which they say means you’ll be able to “lead a damage control team to fight fires and repair key systems during battle, control internal bulkheads to slow boarders and man a number of consoles, like navigation and engineering, that will make commanding a capital ship feel even more immersive.”

If we keep going, at $27 million we’ll unlock a new alien ship, the Banu Merchantman, and at $28 million Star Citizen we’re offered a secondary starting ship option, the Mustang personal spacecraft.

Get more details on the Mustang, and some sweet ship interior shots, over here at the official site.

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Stop it! I need to keep at least some of my money!

 

Mustang!
Might melt my Tarsus– err I mean my Aurora and get the ‘stang if I like it.

 
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