Since the original kickstarter, I download the game once a year to see how it works and what to do. The playing rings are pretty thin, but they are there.
In the past six months, I’ve left the game on my PC for the first time to play a little bit now and then. I like to do some bonus hunting myself. You can raise the level of reputation, and in the end you get rewards for Hammerheads (Battleship Capital). It also took me 45 minutes on my little fighter, so I didn’t want to do it non-stop, but it felt really good to get Goliath out like some kind of David.
As far as I know the miner gameloop is also very detailed and there are people who do it nonstop. Clear the stones, mine (with the “mini-game” that comes with it), then polish them. It doesn’t sound like my thing, but it’s something I plan to try soon. Also, I often see people playing as cutters.
In addition, some task lines have already been implemented as prototypes for both legal as illegal Persons. It’s not very long, and it’s limited by the gameplay elements currently in the game, but it does give an idea of what they’re building for.
For the $40 I put into the game with Kickstarter, I’m very happy with what I’ve been able to do so far. Especially the rotating events where you can play with the entire server (maximum 50 at the moment) are very cool. With the aUAC (credits) you earn from everything you can buy new ships, so I flew in a “$200” fighter until I wiped out last month, because you can only buy ships in the game.
All in all, for now, it’s mostly an MMO sandbox game where you have to set a goal for yourself to enjoy it, and personally I’ve spent more time on this game than other games I’ve had in a similar game. The game.Price purchased on Steam.
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