The minor patch fixes, among other things, a bug that caused vehicles traveling on low gravity moons to explode. This bug would have compromised Star Citizen Daymar Rally, an endurance race that will take place this Saturday.
In a Spectrum announcement, Cloud Imperium announces the release of an intermediate patch 3.12.0b for Star Citizen.
This patch brings the following fixes:
- Bounty Hunter missions, which were inaccessible to some players since the last patch, should be available to everyone again. If this is not the case, you will have to do a character reset .
- Bounty Hunters should no longer take inappropriate Crimestats.
- The Quantum Travel Head-Up Indicator (Quantum HUD) should no longer be displayed inappropriately while the Quantum Engine is cooling.
- Ships should no longer disappear unexpectedly after the player exits them.
- Mission announcements “mission (title)” should no longer appear.
- Ground vehicles should no longer take nuisance damage while moving on low gravity moons.
As CIG points out in the week’s program , this last bug would have been more than annoying for the 2021 edition of the Daymar rally which will take place this weekend.
Have a nice flight!
About Star Citizen
The game uses the Cry Engine 3 as an engine, used in particular for the Crysis, ArcheAge or Homefront 2. The first images of the game, whether screenshots or videos, show a very beautiful game, whether on spaceships, planets and other stellar objects. But to push the immersion in the game even further, it will be possible to use the Occulus Rift as well as the Track IR (which allows you to perform actions with the movements of your body, and especially your head).
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