Star Citizen Free Fly 3.7.1 has been launched, will last until November 3rd

Cloud Imperium has announced that a new free fly event is now live for Star Citizen. According to the team, PC gamers will gain access to Star Citizen Alpha 3.7.1 and one of five varied ships from October 28th until November 3rd.

These five ships are:

  • Consolidated Outland Mustang Alpha – Consolidated Outland’s ship for those wanting to push the limits a little more when starting out, the Mustang has good maneuverability and some space for cargo.
  • Banu Defender –  a multi-crew fighter whose patchwork design features both Xi’an thrusters, Tevarin shields, and four Singe tachyon cannons. Though cargo space is limited, the Defender features modest accommodations for its crew and provides easy access to components.
  • Roberts Space Industries Aurora MR – A balance of function and performance, the Aurora MR comes with cargo capacity and guns to ensure freight gets there safely.
  • Drake Cutlass Black – Drake’s multicrew Cutlass is highly versatile, with combat and cargo prowess.
  • Avenger Titan – A former police ship with a cargo hold for light freight and courier abilities.

Moreover, players will gain access to the dogfighting action of Arena Commander. They will also be able to play the multiplayer first-person shooter, Star Marine, for the duration of the free fly.

You can download the free fly build from here. You can also find more details about Star Citizen Alpha 3.7 here.

Have fun!

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