Welcome to another episode of INNside the ‘Verse! This week, episode 25!
This week on INNside the ‘Verse, we had Wolf Larsen, Commander Cruisin Tom, Lego Robot Dude, myself, and Dolvak.
We also had a special guest, in the form of Todd, from the Star Citizen Science Podcast.
So! Lets see what we discussed this week!
1:35 – Fan Spotlight – Star Citizen Science Podcast. We talk to Todd about his podcast, who he has on, what he talks about, and what his plans are for the future!
10:45 – INN Rewind – This week, we rewind the 22 and 23 million dollar goals!
- Facial Capture System. We’ve researched a technology that uses a series of cameras to capture real heads and import them into the game. This will let the team more easily create a variety of realistic characters. In addition, the technology is mobile enough to allow us to take it on the road and capture select fans during special events! You can learn more about this technology at Infinite-Realities.
- Xi’an Scout Unlocked! The Khartu is the light attack craft of the Xi’An military. Contrary to Human ship design, the Khartu doesn’t have a traditional main thruster, instead featuring an array of maneuvering thrusters on articulated rigs. This design allows for incredible agility, making them the bane of UEE pilots, who bestowed the nickname ‘Quark’ because when all of the thrusters are firing, the ship looks like a spark flying through space. The Xi’an Aopoa corporation also manufactures an export model, the Khartu-al, for sale to human civilians as a dedicated scout/explorer. The export model features the same Xi’an maneuvering rig, but control surfaces modified for human use and a more limited armament. (Designer: Aopoa)
13:00 – News with Nehkara’s replacements – Dolvak, CCT, and Lego!
22:30 – Does the removal of drop-in co-op constitute a broken promise?
And that’s it for this week! As always, thanks to everyone who supports us on Patreon, thanks to everyone who listens, thanks to everyone who sends us ideas on what to talk about, thanks to Mr. White for editing this every week, thanks to my cat for being so fluffy, thanks to the planet Earth for existing long enough for Star Citizen to start being made, thanks to CIG for making Star Citizen, thanks to water for being so life-bringing, and thanks to beer, for being so tasty.
So long, and see you all next week!