|CitizenCon 2947: Exploring New Worlds|
|Event Type||Open Venue|
|Date||27th October 2017|
|Keynote Demos||Procedural Cities Demo|
Sabre Raven (with Intel promotion)
|Commemorative Items||CitizenCon 2947 Trophy|
Skins for Custodian
|Preceded by||Gamescom 2017|
|Followed by||Anniversary Special 2017|
CitizenCon 2947: Exploring New Worlds (CitizenCon 2017) was a live event organised by Cloud Imperium Games to celebrate the 5th anniversary of Star Citizen's announcement. The event took place on 27th October 2017 at Capitol Theater in Frankfurt, Germany and 650 tickets for attendence were sold at €50 per person. The event was also livestreamed for the wider Star Citizen community. The event was pitched as "our opportunity to celebrate another year with our community, look back on all that has been accomplished, as well as looking forward to upcoming game content." CitizenCon 2017 featured an updated format - being a full day event, featuring developer panels on various development topics such as programming, lore and art.
Chris Roberts' Opening Address
A short cut of the Alpha 3.0 Feature Trailer plays to introduce Chris to the stage. After presenting and discussing the sponsor Intel's product - the Optane 900P SSD, we see "Meet the Sabre Raven" - the teaser for the Sabre Raven variant that is bundled with the 900P.
- Enhancing Mocap Data with Procedural Systems
- Xi'an History, Physiology and Language
- The Art and Tech of Stanton
- The Consolidated Outland Pioneer
- Graphics and Tech Development for Star Citizen
- Sabre Raven Model
- Pre-3.0 Daymar Expeirence Build
- PlanEd and SolEd
- Discussions with Developers
- Facial Scans of Fans
- MyRadar App
Roberts goes over highlights of the day. The Kastak Arms CitizenCon SMG skin is made available to any backer including those watching the livestream on a temporary offer. Event attendees also recieve two further exclusive skins for the Custodian SMG. Information is given about the Delta Patcher. The Post-3.0 Quarterly Release Roadmap is broken down. The event concludes with the Procedural Cities Demo.