Star Citizen Trailers Alert | FREE Mercury Star Runner Test Flights During IAE 2950 Event

Star Citizen Trailers Alert | FREE Mercury Star Runner Test Flights During IAE 2950 Event

The most-anticipated ship, the Mercury Star Runner in Star Citizen’s benchmark-setting universe has launched and is available for all players to Test Fly free today!

Check out the Mercury Star Runner in The Reunion, Part 1 trailer on YouTube.

Introducing the Mercury Star Runner, the first ship to debut from manufacturer Crusader Industries. With its weaponry, speed, and style, the Mercury checks every box expected of a best-in-class courier vessel. Built with the same engineering and design principals that have made Crusader the go-to manufacturer for galactic transport on any scale, the Star Runner chassis sets new standards for data and cargo conveyance. The Mercury Star Runner also features a secret storage compartment, which may explain why this class of ship has gained a reputation as the vessel of choice for some of the galaxy’s most notorious criminals and smugglers. For full details on the Mercury Star Runner from Crusader Industries, please head here.

Today’s unveiling of the Mercury Star Runner is just one of the many events in store for Star Citizen players during this year’s Intergalactic Aerospace Expo (IAE) 2950. In addition to providing pilots with the opportunity to step into the cockpit of over 100 in-game vehicles for free 48-hour Test Fly trial runs, new players can also take advantage of the Star Citizen ‘Free Fly’ program to download and play the game for free from now until the final day of the IAE 2950 expo on Dec. 2, 2020.

To begin your journey in Star Citizen for free during this year’s IAE, please head here.

For full details on this year’s IAE 2950 annual in-game expo, please head here.

The must-have/unparalleled Mercury Star Runner will be available for all Star Citizen pilots to Test Fly for free from Nov. 23 through Nov. 24 – and again during the final four days of the IAE 2950 event from Nov. 29 through Dec. 2.

Jim Smale

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