Star Citizen has broke yet another stretch goal at $37 million dollars, a new milestone that unlocks the Tanga System:
Tanga System – At the heart of an unusual rectangular planetary nebula, lies Tanga System. The inner planets were engulfed as the star entered the red giant phase. The expanded habitable zone unfroze a small world on the former outer ring and for several hundred million years made it habitable. Life began to emerge and was just reaching a primitive state when the star collapsed into a white dwarf, throwing the planet back into a deep freeze, then blasting the atmosphere away with the resulting planetary nebula. That’s how the system was found: Only two worlds (speculation that there could have been three to four more) but both are dead planets with no atmosphere.
Another system will be added to Star Citizen, this peculiar one being the result of winning a fan poll:
UDS-2943-01-22 System – Breaking news: UEE astrophysicists based at the famed Klavs observatory station have utilized advanced telescopy and other remote sensing technologies to identified a truly unusual star system on the fringes of know space. The object, once thought to be a single massive star, is actually a trinary star consisting of two white dwarfs and an active pulsar orbiting one another. Because of the complex gravitic factors at work, it is now believed that a jump point leading to the system likely exists in or near explored human space. Beyond the bizarre stellar makeup, the composition of the system is all but unknown. Could planets exist in this carefully balanced web? What else might have been drawn there? One thing is certain: the first Citizen to travel to UDS-2943-01-22 will have one hell of a view!
The final system stretch goal, which is unlocked at $40 million, has yet to be decided upon as the fans have to keep voting! On average, most backers have spent over a hundred dollars in their pledge to funding Star Citizen, a true testament to the loyalty of its fans.
You better believe Star Citizen will reach $40 million dollars, a completely staggering amount of budget money for even a game fully backed by a reputable publisher.