Elite Dangerous Fleet Carriers update has been pushed back to 2020

In August, Frontier Development announced that massive Fleet Carriers with the ability to travel great distances and serve as refueling and refitting stations for smaller ships would be added to Elite: Dangerous in December. That plan has now changed, however, as Frontier has shifted its focus for the remainder of the year, and beyond, to fixing bugs. If you are in lack of Elite Dangerous Credits, visit our site z2u.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

“In order to improve your overall experience,” wrote community manager Will Flanagan yesterday on the game’s official forums, “we have decided to refocus our efforts on addressing key issues and bugs. Since the launch of the September Update, we’ve been taking a deeper look at our internal development roadmap, the way in which we utilise public betas, and the content of our next updates. “ In addition, if you are in need of Cheap Elite Dangerous Items, you can visit our website z2u.com.

The shift in priority followed the release of the September Update, which apparently introduced a number of new bugs to the game. “We realise that some of the issues had an impact on your ability to enjoy Elite Dangerous. The team have been working hard to address the most critical issues and have already released a series of patches and updates to bring those fixes in as quickly as possible,” community manager Will Flanagan wrote. And if you want to buy Elite Dangerous Boosting, visit z2u.com, a professional online in-game currency store.

The update in question was one of the largest ever for the game, which first launched in 2014. It added a new tutorial, as well as a starting area that blocked off new players from the rest of the community. Elite can be played solo, but defaults to an always-online massively multiplayer mode that is known for its hardcore player-versus-player community as well as griefers. The newbie zone was Frontier’s attempt to onboard new players and beef up the now six-year-old community.

Flanagan also touched on the next “major paid expansion” to Elite: Dangerous, which is expected to be out by the end of 2020. Everything is apparently on schedule, but Fronter won’t be ready to actually revealed anything about it until—hopefully—sometime in summer 2020, after the Fleet Carriers update is live. Stay tuned to z2u.com and we will be the first one to inform you all the latest. Besides, our website also offer Cheap Elite Dangerous Accounts for players.

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