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Since we didn't get the chance to check out Elite: Dangerous at the E3 this year, at the very least we can draw your attention to the latest trailer:
Elite: Dangerous has been getting a lot of support ever since the project made its first an appearance on Kickstarter, where it managed to garner $2.5 million from backers. "The alpha backers have been absolutely brilliant. Very supportive for us getting the game [together]. They’re all aligned with us. We all want this game to be made really well. If you look at the traffic on the design discussion forum it’s brilliant. It’s really helpful. But it’s also been great fun," said David Braben, CEO of Frontier Developments.
The policy I'm not getting here is that gamers can actually play the game right now for $150. This money not only lets you play and test the game during development, but it also means you eventually get the full copy of the game and every expansion they released beyond. That's cool and all, but still paying 150 big ones before the game even hits stores?
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