Frontier Developments has been teasing the inclusion of co-piloted ships to Elite Dangerous for some time and now the studio has detailed the upcoming Elite Dangerous Commanders update 2.3, scheduled for the end of February, that will allow players to co-pilot ships in VR.
Elite Dangerous head Of community, Zac Antonacci, stated on the game’s official forum that Elite Dangerous Commanders update 2.3 will be rolled out on February 26, 2017. He added how the multi-crew feature will work along with new Commander Creator that will allow players to customize their avatar.
Elite Dangerous: The Commanders (2.3) will come with features such as Multicrew and Commander Creator, as well as a number of other improvements and changes. Bring your friends or invite new crew mates to pack that extra punch you might need in key situations, and add more personality to your Commander with an all-new visual upgrade.
So ready your engines and tell your friends, the Elite Dangerous: The Commanders beta is just around the corner.
Elite Dangerous is currently available for PC and Xbox One and the studio has announced that the game will hit the PlayStation 4 between April and June in 2017.
The PlayStation 4 version of Elite dangerous will also have the console exclusive features. These features include touchpad functionality and optional motion-based “headlook” controls via the DualShock 4 controller. Also, the game will allow players to designate four points on the touchpad as hotkeys.
Elite Dangerous is is a space adventure, trading, and combat simulation game developed by Frontier Development for PC and Xbox One.