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Which includes spending time in a highly detailed city in addition to taking off and landing in lush part of a planet, all narrated by project director Chris Roberts. Naturally, a lot of it looks incredible but still a little janky and slow - and still with that same level of ambition we've come to associate with Star Citizen.

On that note it's hard to imaging an entire solar system or galaxy to explore and live in with this sort of detail, and with Star Citizen now being in development for six years - there's still no firm date or window as to when it might be ready.



The above footage includes playable portions of an upcoming Alpha 3.3 update.



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