Earlier this week, Elite: Dangerous' players found themselves struggling with a moral quandary. They'd figured out how to kill aliens, but they weren't sure if they should. Now, though, they have been hit with a curve ball: the aliens are growing wise to human weapons and tactics.
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Last week, Elite: Dangerous' mysterious aliens finally went on the offensive after months of poking and probing. Now, players have figured out how to fight back, but not everybody's feeling super rah-rah-rah gung-ho about it.
It surprised no one when Elite co-creator David Braben's Kickstarter for a modern refit hit and exceeded it £1.25 million funding goal. If you're wondering how much progress has been made on the actual game since then, the answer is a bit. Well, a lot. Enough to justify a playable alpha by the end of the year.
You could be forgiven for seeing the initial launch of David Braben and Frontier Developments' ambitious Kickstarter campaign for a new Elite game and thinking, "OK, but where's the game?"