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A Suggestion for CIG

With the first complete solar system in place after 8 years of development, now would be a good time to consolidate the Stanton system and release the game. Additional systems should be developed as modules disconnected by wormholes. If not this, then what? They are talking about finishing the rest of the game first. That could take a few billion years.


Ready Player One

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Player Info


The Stanton Solar System

The Stanton solar system including the planets, moons, cities and outposts.

The Stanton solar system including the planets, moons, cities and outposts

Editor Notes

Feedback Welcome

I’ve replaced the article rating with the plain old contact form. I would value corrections, enhancements, additional information, and suggestions.

Release 3.9

It’s been a frustrating release for me. Partly my own fault due to pushing memory to overclock too far, partly due to getting disconnected from the servers.

I have started to map New Babbage but it will take a while. I’ve made a note to check the locations of mission givers. What else would be useful to include on the maps? Let me know here.

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Have a Present or Two!

Printable keyboard controls
can be found here

Visit the Essential Keyboard Controls page to pick up

  • A scalable, printable PDF file containing
    • Flight controls
    • Avatar controls
    • Screenshot controls
    • Emotes
    • A VoiceAttack command set reminder
  • A VoiceAttack profile for voice control of Star Citizen
  • A freeware utility to collect screenshots and video.

The Flight Controls

The new controls make it possible to easily control a ship’s motion using just a mouse and keyboard. It’s a well thought out combination. The new keys are covered in the flight control guide, including how to squeeze some extra speed and combat overheating.

A Handy Solo Ship Guide

Solo Ship Guide

If you are flying around on your lonesome, you’ll need the Solo Ship Guide to make the best use of free-fly weekends and test waves.

You can get some instant buds by joining an organisation – find the FAQ here then take a look at the available organisations here. A redacted organisation membership prevents others from knowing which organisation you are in. A Hidden membership hides your organisation from all. To create an organisation, look here.

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The habitat you see after getting out of bed at Port Olisar

Port Olisar, Crusader

Port Olisar is a space station in orbit around Crusader. This is where the majority of existing players have started from at one time or another.
keyboard controls

Essential Keyboard Controls

Here are the controls that will help you the most. Clear the clutter by getting to know these keys first then add more when you need to.
The Public Test Universe (PTU)

How to Join the Public Test Universe (PTU)

The Public Test Universe is a game environment that is used to test release builds outside of the
Starter pack selection for $45

Considering Buying?

Here is an orientation guide to becoming a Star Citizen as well as a few things you will want to be acquainted with before you commit.
A view towards Teasa Spaceport

From Leavsden to the Business District

This is a description of the route from outside the Leavsden hab units to the Business District via the Central Line rail connection.
The Hurston Dynamics entrance

The Central Business District

The Central Business District is located in the imposing H shaped Hurston Dynamics building that can be seen
A view towards Teasa Spaceport

From Leavsden to Teasa Spaceport

Leavsden viewing platform Make your way to the Metro You are standing at the viewing platform at Leavsden.
An entry for the Happy Holidays screenshot competition

Screenshot Competition

The setup for this screenshot competition entry was a lot harder than it looks, taking into account the bugs and daylight, but I got there in the end.
The telemetry page, log on to see how your PC stacks up to the others

Bugs, Telemetry & Road Map

The Road Map The road map is the place where the intended development route is publically pinned to