In-game content for the popular game Star Citizen has raised an eyebrow among the players. This comes after opponents of the game have slammed the $ 27,000 bundle of spaceships and the game content of the game.
Both the opponents and the supporters of the game did not release Star Citizen's Legatus package as new. It may be recalled that Roberts Space Industries had previously offered a "completionist" pack with each in-game ship for $ 15,000.
Price of the Star Citizen Legatus Pack Criticized
A critic and a red editor named Strykerx88 said, "Okay, that gets ridiculous," adding, "I've been on the wait-and-see side of the fence for 6 years, but shit like that This lets me jump into "maybe the guys who call this game a scam are up to something." … Close your damn "donation" shop and finish the goddamn game if it's even possible and finished in everyone Lifetime of a current fan playable. "
Another player has called the offer pure scam.
"I'm so sorry that people call the whole player base a bunch of suckers or a cult or whatever," said Redditor Didactic_Tomato. "Many of us are just hopeful and excited to be able to play a space simulation, but it seems that when people see news about this game, they are ready to condemn anyone who is interested." It's sad
If you are unaware that the Star Citizen Legacy Pack page at Roberts Space Industries can only be accessed by "Concierge" persons in Star Citizen. The concierge status has a funding threshold of $ 1,000. This means anyone without this status can contact Cloud Imperium Games directly if they want to buy the package.
Cloud Imperium Games Response
The Legatus package includes 117 ships, including the 163 extras, including skins and ship add-ons, and a plethora of in-game credits. In response, Star Citizen Developer Cloud Imperium Games Polygon said the game's Legatus Pack was developed in response to the request from the community's hardcore segment.
"It did not come in a vacuum," says Eric Kieron Davis, director of the Cloud Imperium studio in Los Angeles. "We responded to what the congregation wanted, and we have some passionate supporters who do not see Star Citizen as a typical buy / transaction strategy, but a dream project they want to see."