Star Citizen Regional Servers Coming Sooner
You'll be able to choose from North America, Europe, and Australia.
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Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games announced today that the game's regional servers feature is coming out sooner than anticipated. Creator Chris Roberts said in a note today that the release of regional servers is being moved up to Alpha 2.6.1.
Regional servers will allow players to choose a server based on their geographic location. The options include North America, Europe, and Australia. This should, in theory at least, provide an optimal connection. "Once these are running, we'll be able to run more tests to assess whether more locations will be needed," Roberts said.
Speaking generally about Alpha 2.6.1, Roberts said the patch is "progressing nicely."
"There's still some UI work to complete and stability issues to iron out, but, as you can see in our updated production schedule report, we're almost ready to get this latest patch into the players' hands," Roberts said.
Star Citizen has brought in more than $142 million from its massively successful crowdfunding effort. Parts of the game have been made available but the full title is without a release date.
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