The Diamondback Explorer is a dual-role ship designed with both exploration and combat in mind. Sibling to the smaller Diamondback Scout, the Explorer's superior firepower and hardpoint array make it more flexible than its sister ship, while its long jump range and exceptional heat efficiency make it an excellent choice for explorers. The Diamondback Explorer is a ship manufactured by Lakon Spaceways. Envisioned as a combat - exploration ship that capitalizes on the strength of the smaller Diamondback Scout , the Diamondback Explorer can be specialized for either role reasonably well thanks to its clustered hardpoint placement, superior heat efficiency, and excellent jump range.
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Join this squadron. About Artemis Corporation. Roughly a dozen CMDRs answered his call and banded together under the mistaken assumption that we would need to be an established, in-game player faction in order to attain access to the awesome new fleet carriers that Frontier had recently promised to their players.
Keep your finger on the pulse of the XR industry with the Daily Roundup, the most important news in one daily email. We went hands-on. From the DK1 days to present, Frontier Developments , the studio behind E:D , have consistently set the bar and example for good virtual reality design in games. I managed to snag myself a demo on this current state of the art way to play Elite and it was a pleasant upgrade from previous experiences. Stepping into the HTC Vive was an interesting and useful chance to benchmark progress the display tech found in these headsets has advanced.