Facts and Tips About Star Citizen Online Gaming
Traveling through space and far away galaxies at light speed is every child’s dream, being able to land in one planet to another and feeling the ground in our palms. As much as we love to make this dream a reality, we don’t have the full capability and technology yet to explore the real outer space at our own leisure, so most of us are caught in the land of fantasy and hoping it can become a reality someday. But as the late Gene Wilder once said, that Star Citizen will bring us in the world of pure imagination through creating an entire universe that online gamers can explore. Star Citizen is an MMORPG, and it is purely made for PC gaming with a sandbox environment, which means that online users can explore everything they see, go anywhere they want to be, and live in pure fantasy far from the real world.
Star Citizen is expected to become a top massive multiplayer and combat computer online game that is made for Microsoft and Linux. In a single-player revolving around a unit know as Squadron 42, the online player takes the role of a UEE (United Empire of Earth) rookie, plunging into an elite of fighting force volunteer to be sent and fight the enemy called as Vanduul. The Vanduul is the fourth alien race that humans discovered with insatiable thirst for natural resources. Under the order of the United Empire of Earth, the player’s role in Star Citizen is to hunt missions requiring convoy protection, and exploration of murder or crash sites. The multiplayer offers a better and newer hardware giving players an option to increase activity during online gameplay, and giving players an interactive gaming experience. In multi-player, Star Citizen players are literally plopped in the middle of the online fantasy world, and are left to defend themselves, with capability to gain in-game currency for purchasing ships for hauling cargo, fighting, vehicle transportation, fire support, and weapons for self-defense.
With its dedicated docking stations, you can customize everything in Star Citizen’s online world from upgrading and repairing ships, and wear armor suits to protect yourself from perilous environments on planets, moons, gaseous clusters, and asteroids. Star Citizen is still being developed, but the 141 million dollars obtained from crowd funding of fans who believe in the project only proves that the online game has promising forecast and expectations. Those who are contributing to the funding of the project shall receive tiered pledge packages in the virtual economy once the game is finished for purchasing spaceships, rental fees or fuel. Come and join Star Citizen and experience pure enjoyment and imagination!