Star Citizen: leak shows 9 minutes of Squadron 42, the single player module of the game

Star Citizen: leak shows 9 minutes of Squadron 42, the single player module of the game

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We return to talk about Squadron 42, the single player module of Star Citizen, following the appearance of a video leak that reveals over 9 minutes of the game, offering the possibility to see something between narrative and gameplay scenes and also showing the remarkable level production technician.

You can see the video at this address, with 9 and a half minutes of film with a remarkable rate of spectacle. This video is not entirely new, but has never been made public: it is reportedly a video for review purposes to be released in a limited manner, perhaps internally or as a demonstration of progress made.

Based on the description, it appears that it is not based on pre-rendered elements but built in-engine based on the actual graphics of the game, which makes it very impressive given the level demonstrated.

Later having exceeded 500 million dollars in crowdfunding, Cloud Imperium Games has shared some updates on copies sold, active players and other statistics, precise information is still missing regarding Squadron 42, which is however one of the elements of greatest interest for many players.

It is, in fact, a real single player game with a narrative campaign, with a progression linked to the story and connected to the universe of g multiplayer ioco. Important actors have also been contacted for this section of the game, in a high-level production, but we have no information on its release.

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