Star Citizen gained a lot of new players and achieved multiple milestones in the year 2014, and Chris Roberts seems pretty sure that the next year will attract even more gamers to their upcoming space adventure.
In a new blog post, Roberts talks about the people that have been predicting that the final version of Star Citizen will not be able to meet the players’ expectations.
When I read a press article that questions whether we can deliver all the promised features to keep everyone happy, or I see someone that can’t fathom how Star Citizen can have such support and without doing any research jump to cynical conclusions I just smile.
He continued on to say that he does not see Star Citizen failing just because some bloggers on the internet said so. The game might not include every single feature that the fans have dreamed of, but still, it would be big enough for the players to lose themselves in it.
Will we build everybody’s dream game? Of course not, that would be impossible! But with this level of engagement and iteration I think we’ll build something special that people can happily lose themselves in even if it doesn’t have every feature they dreamed of.
The year 2015 will be a big one for Star Citizen as players will get their hands on the highly anticipated first person module, first episode of single player ‘Squadron 42’, and a lot more.
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