Star Citizen developer discussed 42nd Squadron sequels

While life is often unpredictable, some aspects of it will remain constant forever. We all grow up, we all fall into the dirt, and Star Citizen will never come out. This project, which has been in production since 2011 and raised over $400 million in crowdfunding, has become more of a meme than an actual video game thanks to its somewhat permanent software status. it. Similar Apps Squadron 42, a single-player game set in Star Citizen’s The original universe was meant to come with its companion title before splitting. That hasn’t stopped developer Cloud Imperium Games from declaring, without irony, that they have a plan make more sequels arrive Squadron 42 in the coming years.


This curious news comes thanks to an interview with Carl Jones, managing director at Cloud Imperium Games, published in the UK trade magazine MCV Develop. Jones discussed the state of Squadron 42’s development and note that director Chris Roberts will be moving to the studio’s new Manchester headquarters to oversee the team. Although Jones hopes that this will speed things up Squadron 42’s Finally, he stated that the game will have a release “when it’s ready.” Immediately after “discussing the expansion of studios over the next five years,” he said that “[they’ll] still have huge development resources “since” at that time [they’ll] is developing a sequel and a sequel to Squadron 42. ”

The Squadron 42 The developers’ goal in creating a sequel to a game that has yet to be released seems a bit short-sighted. It cannot but invite comparison with The mighty number 9, a Kickstarter project that aims to create a Mega Man Legendsstyle spinoffs and even an animated series before the game’s disastrous launch, which in itself completely ruined those plans. The age-old advice about setting your goals appropriately seems to have disappeared for Jones.

Squadron 42 Sequel to Hamill Star Citizen developer discussed 42nd Squadron sequels


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