The leak showed nine minutes of Squadron 42 storyteller, and Star Citien took the new top of sales

The leak showed nine minutes of Squadron 42 storyteller, and Star Citien took the new top of sales

The Wccftech portal noted that a 9-minute video showing Squareron 42, a crowdfanding space simulation by Star Citizen, appeared on the Web's spaciouss in the run-up to the recent CitisenCon 2952 festival.

According to the publisher, the video footage was taken from last year's inside review of Squareron 42 and was not pre-drafted.

In the ultra-broad video, you can see a variety of locations, character models and scenes with them, the interior of the stations, clippings of storytellers, the game process, and space fights.

Squadron 42 is positioned as a single storyteller. The gamer company will be composed of characters with the face of Hollywood actors like Mark Hamilton.

Although the Squadron 42 was over five years old, she did not have a date or even a release date. In early 2022, Cloud Imperium Games believed that the game separated from the release.

In the meantime, CitisenCon 2952 revealed that Star Citien had purchased 1.7 million people, and in 2022 alone users spent more than 36 million hours in the game.

Again, the fund-raising for Star Citizen began in October 2012 with the Kickstarter campaign. In September 2022, donations reached $500 million.