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Star Citizen: Around the Verse – The Origin of Spaceships

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The first Around the Verse of 2018 is here and it takes a look at the origin of spaceships in Star Citizen.They take a look at the teams working on ships and then give an update on the status of the ships in the pipeline.It wraps up with a look at the MISC Razor...and it looks good! I'm so tempted to pick one up!star citizen ship originsYou can get caught up with the latest Star Citizen news here.The article Star Citizen: Around the Verse – The Origin of Spaceships was first published on: starcitizenprivateer.com

Star Citizen: Calling All Devs – Episode One – In the Beginning

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Today brings a new series from CIG, Calling All Devs. This will be a weekly show that asks Star Citizen developers questions from the community.In episode one they answer questions about land claims, modularity, inner thought and player interaction, dance emotes (or not), what's ahead in 3.1, and the 300 series rework.If you have questions that you'd like to have asked and to vote on questions, head over to this thread on Spectrum.star citizen answersAfter you get done watching this episode of Calling All Devs, swing by our news page for more Star Citizen current events.The post Star Citizen: Calling All Devs – Episode One – In the Beginning was originally published on: The Star Citizen Privateer Blog

Star Citizen: Around the Verse – Austin Studio Update

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The ATV this week takes a look at the Austin Studio and really drills down into what went into getting 3.0 out to the public. A lot of developers took it upon themselves to push hard going into the Christmas season so we could have 3.0 in our grubby little hands!If you're a Tony Z fan, then you'll love this ATV. You get him for about half of the episode.Star Citizen 3.0As always, you can get your hands on more Star Citizen and Squadron 42 news on our intercepts page.The following article Star Citizen: Around the Verse – Austin Studio Update was originally published on: The Star Citizen Privateer Blog

Star Citizen: Around the Verse – New Website Preview

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The ATV from this week is a sneak peek at the new website. It's pretty short as most of the CIG folks are still off for the holidays, but it's still worth taking the time to watch it.star citizenBe sure to check out the other Star Citizen news on our intercepts page.If you missed the ATV from last week, you can find it here.The post Star Citizen: Around the Verse – New Website Preview was first seen on: http://www.starcitizenprivateer.com

Star Citizen: Around the Verse – 2017 Retrospective

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Star CitizenThis week's Around the Verse is a 2017 retrospective where the folks at CIG take a look the massive strides they made during 2017.Chris and Sandy wrap it up with a heartfelt thank you to all of the backers.You can find more Star Citizen news here.Star Citizen: Around the Verse – 2017 Retrospective was first published to: http://www.StarCitizenPrivateer.com

The Tumbril Nova Tank

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The Tumbril NovaBuilt for the Second Tevarin War, the Tumbril Nova heavy battle tank has enjoyed a long distinguished career of military service even after the company initially folded. A staple of the UEE Army and represented in over five hundred combat operations, Tumbril land systems is proud to announce that the Nova is back.Drawing extensively from the original blueprints, Tumbril engineers have kept all the features that made the Nova such a memorable battlefield equalizer while capitalizing on all the technological advances of the past fifty years. The result? The same resilient and devastating battle tank that redefined ground warfare brought to the modern age.A Legendary Tank Reborn for TodayWhen considering armored ground warfare, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone that doesn’t instantly think of the Tumbril Nova. First entered service during the
Second Tevarin War, the Nova was intended to replace Tumbril’s famous DX20 as the new battlefield equalizer, but many would come…

The Origin 600i – Elegant and Functional

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The Origin 600i is designed to compete with RSI's Constellation series. Origin does a great job of filling the role the RSI used to have locked down, and it does it in style! [keep reading]

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