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Star Citizen Reaches $46 Million Funding With More On The Way
Star Citizen’s total funding tally has crossed $46 million mark in just five days after reaching the previous goal of $45 million.
Popularity of the game is constantly on the rise as it is clear from the funding goals, but developers are not done yet, as they are seeking another million so that they can include an Engine Tuning Kit, which is described as:
Wilkes and Federman MaxTune Kit has become one of the best-selling starter kits for the discerning home enthusiast. Featured in Whitley’s latest Steal of the Year issue, this kit comes with everything the fledgling engineer needs to take a deeper look into the mechanics of their engine.
With a Tap Analyzer, you will be able to view your engine’s current output and energy draw numbers in an easy and comprehensible way. Use the thirty-eight piece omnitool to access your engine to start tweaking.
Wilkes and Federman is not responsible for damage incurred after tuning your engine. Please consult with manufacturer’s warranty before performing work.
This kind of support behind the developers gives them confidence to try and include different mechanics and features into the game so fans will have something new to look forward to every time.
The stretch goal of Star Citizen is increasing with every Million developers receive, but it will be interesting to see what exactly is the final figure that developers are looking to get, as far as funding is concerned.
How far do you think Star Citizen’s funding goal will stretch to?