When it comes to travelling Star Citizen’s universe in style, my mind would automatically drift to the many luxury crafts developed by the manufacturer Origin Jumpworks. Known for their beefy luxury transport crafts and cruise-ship equivalents such as the 600i and 890 Jump, they do have a few specialist ships that are smaller in size and price, but still retain a level of luxury. For those who are first-time ship owners and want to be considered an “Origin Jumpworks” ship owner, then their 100-series of crafts might be up your alley.
Pictured below is the starter model, the 100i, designed as a more jack-of-all-trades beginner/touring craft. You may not have a fancy kitchen or super soft bed to snuggle down in for a few hours rest, but it will (hopefully) get you from point A to point B comfortably enough.
In development by Cloud Imperium Games and their studios across North America and Europe, Star Citizen is being helmed by Wing Commander (1990s) creator Chris Roberts. The game has currently been in a long-term alpha phase with no confirmed release date. Despite this, the studio has raised more than $300 million USD through on-going crowdfunding.
Take That (In-Game) Snap Daily Photo is an off-shoot of the Take That (In-Game) Snap article series, in which the first article focusing on Final Fantasy XIV was recently published. This looks at, celebrates and critiques how video game developers have implemented professional photography-like systems into their games. It will cover how the systems handle, just how accessible they are and, where applicable, how a modding community might be making these tools even better. With this Daily Photo spin-off series, I will be sharing individual photos from the games either covered or soon-to-be-covered.