Posts Tagged Frontier Developments
Elite: Dangerous details new Ocellus starport and missions
The latest Elite: Dangerous newsletter has been issued, containing a few details (and images) of a new Ocellus starport plus Beta 2 mission info.
Elite: Dangerous hid free Beta access USBs in Cologne
If you happen to live in Cologne, there is a very small chance that you might be able to get access to the Elite: Dangerous Beta for free.
Elite: Dangerous releases beta stats, development update
The latest Elite: Dangerous beta newsletter may not be quite stuffed with news, but does include a few interesting details about the direction of development.
Elite: Dangerous moving to “standard” beta on 29 July
The Kafka-esque world of PC beta naming schemes continues to be encapsulated by Elite: Dangerous, which says it will be moving to a standard beta phase on 29 July.
Elite: Dangerous jumps to Premium Beta 2, adds star systems
Much like the universe itself (well, probably,) Elite: Dangerous is expanding.
Elite: Dangerous E3 trailer boasts 400 billion star systems
I wasn’t really expecting an E3 2014 trailer for Elite: Dangerous from Frontier Developments, so this is a pleasant surprise.
Elite: Dangerous alpha 3.0 out, video shows off docking
Frontier Developments have released alpha 3.0 of Elite: Dangerous to those who backed at an alpha level, and this alpha build is actually starting to shape the game up a bit.
Elite: Dangerous multiplayer footage from alpha phase 2.0
The development of Elite: Dangerous is continuing at pace, with the latest release expanding the alpha multiplayer options for those who backed the game at appropriate levels (that level is still £200.00 GBP.) In this latest build, there are now four different multiplayer scenarios for people to try out.
Elite: Dangerous video shows capital ships getting dangerous
Following what’s been described by Frontier Developments as a lengthy selection process, Elite: Dangerous now has a composer.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Frontier Developments is floating (in stocks)
Frontier Developments, six months after completing a successful Kickstarter for space sim sequel Elite: Dangerous, has announced that the company will roll the dice on the stock exchange.
Layoffs at Frontier Developments and Elite Dangerous Kickstarter update
Report have come in this morning via Eurogamer that 14 staff have been let go at Elite Dangerous developer Frontier Developments.