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Ahead of next week's beta on PC.
Xbox and PS4 beta coming in May.
Aims to remedy messy September update.
While Frontier addresses "recent and longstanding issues".
Coming in December's update.
Starry starry flight.
And introduces new Interstellar Initiatives.
But smaller additions are on the way.
Free to existing players on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
Arriving with the Krait Phantom in next update.
PC beta starts later this month.
New ship, weapons, Wing missions, and more.
Adds Alliance Challenger ship, and more.
Wing missions! Chieftain ship! Other stuff!
Shining a light on the stars.
Beige planets be gone!
Sorry, were you using that?
Frontier unveils 12-month roadmap, including new ships and better planets.
So thar, so goid.
It's time to get dangerous.
Elite Dangerous now up to 2.75m.
According to its most prominent players.
A conspiracy, a derelict megaship and a crew gone mad.
Plus, an overhaul of multicrew coming soon.
Sim failure sparks galaxy rollback as bugs kick in.
"Fixed some instances of passengers refusing to leave their cabins."
Plus, "New mysterious things added."
It's like they planet.
A pack of nine costs £2.
Elite Dangerous player uses Commander Creator and VR to stand next to his deceased brother once again
"I'm not going to lie - it was rough."
Copyright complaint goes cold.
Alexis Kennedy on the progress of progress.
Just days before its Kickstarter was due to end.
Not enough players.
And it looks a bit like a Boglin.
Includes every expansion and season pass.
As developer admits failing to investigate some reports.
"I have reached the end of the road."
Inside the fascinating group effort to unravel the mysteries of the universe.
Hot under the collar?
Promos tease what it will look and sound like.
Now, how to manage First Contact?
"No longer is there an illusion of a player driven universe."
Is everything okay?
"We don't think the AI became sentient in a Skynet-style uprising!"
The Engineers expansions launches on PC 26th May.
"We're internet sociopaths."
LostWinds 1 and 2 now on Steam.
"It's ready when it's ready."
Sci-fi cool in a way most games can only dream of.
PVP mode now available separately.
As work continues on adding official Oculus Rift support.
Frontier in a "good financial position".
Click to star.
It's this week's Eurogamer show.
Planetary Landings coming to the game by the end of 2015.
Friendship drive charging.
Elite Dangerous available today, DayZ coming soon.
Snap out of it.
Just in time for Easter.
Played on average 15 hours a day.
"We were all saddened to learn of his passing."
Stay on target.
Dramatic co-op assist.
Always-online Xbox One version integrated into PC's universe.
Should think a sequel is very likely.
Pinball FX2! #IDARB! Siegecraft! Elite?
UPDATE: Will come to PS4 eventually, David Braben confirms.
Spock actor to be saluted.
May herald the return of the Thargoids.
Beta client available to download now.
Our essential guide to flying the unfriendly skies in the new Elite.
In space, no-one cares if you scream.
As new game Coaster Park Tycoon announced.
Haul or nothing.
It must be Christmas!
How Frontier's long-awaited space sim is trying to balance commerce and conflict for a new generation.
Frontier dogged by backlash to no offline, but core fanbase remains on-board.
UPDATE: Rethinks refunds for those who have already played the game.
No plans for an offline version of the game.
Would be "unacceptably limited".
Docks in time for Christmas.
New gameplay elements and visual effects sprinkled into the sandbox.
On consoles, Steam, Oculus Rift and massive spaceships.
The original 1984 version of Elite is now free.
"It's grown by quite a lot," says David Braben.
Marks the beginning of the final phase of development.
"Moore's law is our friend."
"We would be stupid not to," says Braben.
"It looks like a terribly capitalist way of doing it."
UPDATE: It's begun.
As alpha 3 is released to backers.
"If this were on console, there would be an expectation it would be dumbed down.
Competitive and co-op gameplay looking good.
Your top 10 choices for the year ahead.
Paid up? You can now try single-player space battles.
Oculus Rift version to be made available to backers at no extra cost.
Rendered in-engine, but with extra spot effects.
Cambridge-based company valued at £39.4 million.
"I'm sure many of you will recognise the location."
How many game ideas do you think were pitched?
Mac version and more ships listed as stretch goals.
Crowd-funding two thirds of the way to target with 15 days to go.
11 days before Christmas.
Braben's Kickstarter creeps past 700k of £1.25m goal.
The true nature of crowd-funding is being obscured by big names and nostalgia.
Sci-fi author launches Kickstarter to raise £4.5k to be allowed to write Elite book.
Frontier boss acknowledges negativity around Kickstarter: "You develop a thick skin over time."
"This is the game I have wanted Frontier to make for a very long time."
From the archive: The Elite co-creator gets nostalgic
The Outsider "will come out", says Braben.
Frontier offers Elite IV, Outsider updates too.
Source: pre-production efforts on hold.