Release Notes: Border Skirmish capships were repositioned more appropriately for Serco/Itani jump-in locations. Friendly Fire exclusions were removed from Latos M-7. Warp in and Warp/Jump out effects now have sound. Targeted ships now show health and shield strength percentage on the health bar. Sector notes now have multi-line support. The mission notification icon on the HUD now jumps further to get your attention. Many other changes were made.
Release Notes: Eight new trade routes were added to and from grayspace: Corvus Holodisks and Textiles (Sol/Itan), Manufacturing Tools, Metana Sweets, Oxygen Recycling Systems, Rare Books, Serco Cybernetic Implants, and Textured Vegetable Protein. Extra wormhole turrets were removed from Verasi O-7. Border Skirmish positional and targeting enhancements were made for Teradon. The Mac version's gamma setting now uses the current gamma ramp as the initial values instead of a linear gamma ramp. The Mac version should no longer accept mouse or keyboard input if it is not the active application.
Release Notes: Reworked training missions for new players and three new PCC missions branched from the Orun Processor tree. Border Skirmish capship positional tweaks were made. The Voice Chat library was updated.
Release Notes: New starting locations and a training weapon for new characters and Matrox TripleHead2Go Surround Gaming support. The sector player list sort mode is now saved. Hive Skirmish missions give free repair and ammo refill in Hive Skirmish capships. Border Skirmish capships now start in formation and stay close to their original position. Battle music starts in BS and HS sectors.
Release Notes: This release adds six new mining missions available at all mining stations and new enhanced Grayspace trade routes: Betheshee Spices, Deneb Rum, Divinia Spice, Commercial Textiles, and others. Dueling players now show up as light blue in the radar. Border defense turrets now respawn after 5 minutes. Vote Mutes now last for 1 day instead of 7 days. Vote Mutes no longer show how many votes have been cast. A client crash when new items are dynamically pushed into the game was fixed.
Release Notes: Five new missions were added, appearing in Itani territory. Seven items now have greatly enhanced trade destinations in grayspace: Silksteel, Consumer Robotics, and others. The EULA now displays the date it was last modified. Mute votes no longer accumulate if the votee is already muted. The jettison menu now uses comma-deliminated numbers. A couple of minor lua errors were fixed.
Release Notes: The Jettison menu now shows the best price for each item in the current system and the station at it's located. It updates once per minute and whenever you enter a sector or launch from a station. 3D rendering distance has been reduced to 20km from 60km to speed up rendering of large sectors. Additional voice chat connection information is printed to the console. Corvus stations now show correct license requirements for ships. Many other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes experimental new fog in Dau K-10 and Verasi I-5, Lua version 5.1.4, and fixes for crashes in Windows related to screenshots. Voice Chat now prints connection status and errors. Sound ducking now properly turns off if you are talking while you leave a group. Visual Quality settings are now correctly set and recognized under all circumstances. Video RAM detection was improved on Vista, and many other Windows fixes were made.
Release Notes: Demand at stations for mined minerals and ores now increases at a drastically higher rate (over twice as fast for low-value ores, a little less for high-value ores). Storm fog bugs with grey asteroids and when changing resolution/window mode/antialiasing mode were fixed. Crashes on startup with 256MB+ video cards and when logging out with the Behemoth Heavy Miner ship were fixed. All previous subscribers from more than 45 days ago may play for free until the end of December. 1-month MMORPG.com extended trial keys are still available.
Release Notes: Pixel shader 3 capable hardware now renormalizes normal maps at render time. The "Renormalize Normalmaps At Loadtime" video option was removed for Pixel Shader 3 capable hardware. Server capacity was increased. Default video and graphics settings were changed for systems with 128MB or more of video memory.