STAR CITIZEN's Ridiculousness Reaches New Heights As The Latest Ship Pack Costs $27,000

Cloud Imperium's Star Citizen gives you a chance to purchase almost every ship in the space combat sim for only $27,000, which allows you to get nearly all the content Chris Roberts' gamble has to offer...

Star Citizen is the most crowd funded game in human existence. After its initial round of crowdfunding finished in 2012 which left developer Cloud Imperium with $6.2 million in funding, it’s gone on to raise over $186,799,044 with 2 million funders, making Star Citizen the fourth most expensive video game in history beating big-budget titles such as Destiny, all Battlefields, Watch_Dogs, and many more.

It looks like a Hollywood blockbuster budget is still not enough to finish the development, as the latest update of Cloud Imperium Games' dream gives you a unique opportunity to buy a new ship pack that contains 117 craft - nearly every ship in the game, along with 163 extra items, including upgrades, skins and in-game posters. What's the price of this luxury? Well, this Legatus Pack costs only $27,000.

That's not all, as you need to pay $1,000 to even have a chance to buy the DLC. Yes, you'll only be able to view the DLC page only if you've already spent $1,000 on the open-world space sim. If you haven't, you'll get a 404 error. Originally slated for a 2014 release, Star Citizen has been delayed countless times, sliding from 2014 to 2015, then to 2016... now it no longer has an expected release date.

From the mind of Chris Roberts, acclaimed creator of Wing Commander and Freelancer, comes STAR CITIZEN. 100% crowd funded, Star Citizen aims to create a living, breathing science fiction universe with unparalleled immersion… and you’re invited to follow every step of development. More than a space combat sim, more than a first person shooter and more than an MMO: Star Citizen is the First Person Universe that will allow for unlimited gameplay.

Despite being announced six years ago, Star Citizen doesn't have a release date yet.
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