Elite: Dangerous : David Braben's sequel to a hit classic released TODAY!

Remember that huge article I wrote about Elite Dangerous and the original Elite? Well if you haven't check out the article here. But the latest news is, David Braben's sequel to those hit classic space titles is now available according to an announcement from Frontier Developments. With a massive Kickstarter success and world wide coverage throughout the year, this is the next game in the Elite series; an amazing space epic with stunning visuals, incredible gameplay, breath-taking scope and full multi-player.

Carve your own path through the richest, largest gaming sandbox ever created, set against a backdrop of raw anarchy, galactic powerplays and intrigue. Do whatever it takes to upgrade your ship’s hull, engines, weapons, defences, cargo hold; constantly improve your capabilities and influence on your journey towards the most coveted rank in the history of gaming - ‘Elite’.

Available to buy for PC HERE for £39.99

1 comment:

  1. I'd been so looking forward to this - I played for a very short while in the beta (about 20 minutes) to check out the controls - same as before, which was okay with me.
    Then offline got pulled from the game, changing the experience for me. Elite was always just me against a universe on a floppy disk; now it's become an MMO with persistent online, yet empty experience, and already DLC in the form of skin packs for ships. Without a subscription model in place, one has to wonder where the income to sustain the experience will come from.
    It's still an admirable technical and graphical achievement, albeit not the one that I looked forward to (nor the one described by Frontier when they solicited all their initial funding).


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