The new Free Fly event for Star Citizen gives players access to the game and more than 100 ships to try.

Another Star Citizen Free Fly event by Cloud Imperium Games has begun, giving all PC players free access to the Persistent Universe section of the space adventure game. The most recent free fly honours the Intergalactic Aerospace Expo of 2952, where more than 120 ships and ground vehicles are available for free testing.

Every day during the 13-day event, new ship manufacturers rotate on the event stage, allowing anyone to take any of the offerings out for a spin through space and among the different planets. You can find a detailed schedule of which ship manufacturers will be on stage on which days, with everything from Earth-born spacecraft to ships with extraterrestrial origins being showcased.

Given the size of the solar system at play, the creator has created a helpful map that can be found below to direct players to the Tobin Convention Center, where the event is being held. Use the local transit system to get to the marked location after landing or spawning in New Babbage, the biggest city on planet microTech.

All previously featured ships will be available to test out once more beginning November 27 and continuing through the event’s conclusion on November 30. You may read a helpful new player tutorial for navigating Star Citizen’s Persistent Universe here if you’re just jumping in.

Before downloading and starting the game using its specific launcher, an RSI account must first be created in order to participate in the most recent Star Citizen Free Fly event. The game is still in production, but it recently raised an astonishing half a billion dollars online. Before the year is out, the game’s upcoming quarterly content update, 3.18, is expected to release with new locales and gameplay features.

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