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RSI - Squadron 42 gets a visual teaser trailer with highlights from 2019

Published: 17:33, 25 December 2019
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RSI - Squadron 42 Happy Holidays Greeting Image
RSI - Squadron 42

Squadron 42 - the single-player game set in the Star Citizen universe just got a teaser trailer and the fans got a nice Christmas gift. The video is comprised of some beautiful shots that demonstrate the designs the dev team has been working on in 2019.

Star Citizen's single-player segment - Squadron 42 has a new visual highlight reel that showcases bits and pieces of the progress made in 2019.  

The video shows us the game's characters, starships, beautiful environments, and more. Squadron 42 is scheduled to enter its alpha phase in Q2 2020 and its beta should launch in Q3.

Squadron 42 will feature some big names such as Mark Hamill, Gary Oldman, Henry Cavill, Gillian Anderson and John Rhys-Davis. Other names that popped up are Liam Cunningham, Mark Strong, Craig Fairbrass and Ben Mendelsohn.

Based on the bits of news we have at the moment, the game will have 40 different ships and hand-crafted environments enhanced by procedural tech. You can also expect some FPS gameplay in space as well as on land. 

The team share the highlight video with the message:

"It’s been a while since last we shared a significant look at Squadron 42, even as our global teams work diligently behind the spoiler curtain. So, as a special holiday gift to all of you, we put together this visual update reel, highlighting some of the work we’ve done throughout 2019.

Here you’ll see some of the game’s various environments, ships, characters, and more, offering a glimpse into the epic adventure to come. We look forward to sharing many more Squadron 42 updates next year, and we thank each and every one of you from the bottom of our hearts for your continued support and passion for the project. Time to say, "Happy Holidays."

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