Star Citizen

Anvil Aerospace F7C-M Super Hornet

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Space Combat Wing

 

Anvil Aerospace F7C-M Super Hornet

Anvil Aerospace F7C-M Super Hornet

The closest to the Military load-out as is legally possible for a Civilian model, the F7C-M Super Hornet reattaches the ball turret and offers near milspec parts under the hood. Proving that two heads are better than one, a second seat has been added to split the logistic and combat duty, making the Super Hornet a truly terrifying mark to engage.


Musashi Industrial & Spaceflight Concern (MISC) Freelancer MIS

MISC Freelacer MIS

The Freelancer MIS is a limited edition militarized variant of the classic mercantile ship developed by the UEE. These were produced in very small quantity due to some early payload incidents. This version sacrifices the majority of the cargo capacity to make way for missiles.


Aegis Dynamics Gladius

Aegis Dynamics Gladius

The Gladius is an older design which has been updated over the years to keep up with modern technology. In military circles, the Gladius is beloved for its performance and its simplicity. A fast, light fighter with a laser-focus on dogfighting, the Gladius is an ideal interceptor or escort ship.

 


Exploration

Origin Jumpworks 315p Explorer

Origin Jumpworks 315p Explorer

Origin Jumpworks 315p Explorer

Exploration is man’s highest calling. Prepare to chart distant horizons with man’s most sophisticated piece of technology, the ORIGIN 315p. Featuring a more robust power plant and a custom scanning package, exclusively designed by Chimera Communications.

 


Multipurpose (VIP Transport / Exploration)

Origin Jumpworks 890 Jump

Origin Jumpworks 890 Jump

Origin Jumpworks 890 Jump

With an elegant, sleek exterior that belies its spacious interior, the 890 Jump is a true engineering marvel; crafted to impress from every angle by combining a unique, innovative design with the finest materials and the most advanced technology. The result is a vessel that is in a class all of its own, a masterpiece worthy of the name ORIGIN.

 

Origin Jumpworks 85X Runabout

Origin Jumpworks 85X Runabout

Origin Jumpworks 85X Runabout

Every 890 Jump comes with a two-seat ORIGIN 85X runabout, a personal transport par excellence. The 85X isn’t a simple snub fighter like those included on competitor’s larger spacecraft: it’s a top-of-the-line ship in its own right, fully capable of going the few places the 890 cannot.

 

Roberts Space Industries (RSI) Constellation Phoenix

Roberts Space Industries (RSI) Constellation Phoenix

Roberts Space Industries
(RSI) Constellation Phoenix

A dedicated luxury spacecraft for the discerning star captain. The Constellation Phoenix can be operated as an organization command ship and features a luxurious redesigned interior. Includes a hidden sensor-dampened area for your most precious cargo. The Phoenix comes with a Lynx rover and a Kruger P-72 Archimedes Fighter.

 


Racing

Origin Jumpworks M50

Origin Jumpworks M50

Origin Jumpworks M50 Interceptor

If you want to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible and with as much style as possible then ORIGIN’s M50 is for you. Featuring supercharged engines that counter a tiny weapons loadout, the M50 is a ship for going FAST.

 

Origin Jumpworks 350r

Origin Jumpworks 350r

Origin Jumpworks 350r

The combination of a Gangleri BP 707 Standard powerplant with a 300i fuselage re-engineered to accommodate twin Hammer Propulsion HM 4.3 thrusters makes the 350r the fastest personal craft you’ll ever call your own.

 

Consolidated Outland Mustang Omega

Consolidated Outland Mustang Omega

Consolidated Outland Mustang Omega

Using ultralight material alloys sometimes considered unsafe, the Mustang pushes power ratios to the limit. The result is a sleek, stylish spacecraft that weighs less than the Aurora and has more options for engines and thrusters… at the expense of some stability, weapons hardpoints and cargo capacity.

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