The initial release of the story campaign was to take place in early 2017.
Studio Cloud Imperium Games has announced that to try out the single-player campaign of space simulator Star Citizen will be available in the first quarter of 2020. However this is only an alpha version. It is planned that the stage of beta Squadron 42 will move in the second half of that year.
The initial release of the story campaign was to take place in early 2017. Then the timing of its release was repeatedly postponed. Six months ago, the developers announced that Squadron 42 will be released until 2019. At this time, the indicative date of release was postponed because of the generous investment of $46 million South African billionaire Clive Calder (Clive Calder), founder of the music company Zomba Group, and his son, Keith Calder (Keith Calder), an independent film producer and the head of the company Snoot Entertainment, who now own 10% of the shares of Cloud Imperium Games.
Recall that a month ago, charges for Star Citizen exceeded $200 million Since that time users have donated to the establishment of an ambitious space simulator several million dollars. At the time of this writing, the game’s budget is $212 million