Out of all the big announcements this week for Crypto Space Commander one of the most anticipated was the release of SE Ships and Starter Packs. With the release of these starter packs any commander is now able to easily jump into the CSC universe using a variety of payment methods, from Credit Cards to Paypal and, of course, Ethereum.
In addition to being purchasable, early adopters of CSC who have bought crates received starter packs based on their level of Spending:
>$10 of crates bought would earn you one Founders Starters Pack
>$40 of crates bought would earn you one Founders Starters Pack and one Explorers pack
>$100 crates bought would earn you one Founders Starters Pack, one Explorers pack and one adventurers pack
Because of the influx of these starter packs into the community we are likely to see MANY giveaways via Twitter and DLive streams in the coming weeks. Make sure to follow us on twitter for giveaway updates and also check out our streamers directory for CSC Streams. You can also join the discord to get alerts when streamers go live. Now time to dive into the details!
There are 3 Levels of Starter Packs: Founders, Explorer and Adventurer. The contents and costs of each are as follows:
The Founders Starter Pack is the most basic but equips a commander with the basic necessities for mining and combat. It starts at 999 GFC or $9.99, you can purchase it via Credit Card, Paypal and Ethereum. Sign-up for CSC and access the store here.
V.I.C.E Vanguard SE (6 module slots, 2 hardpoints)
In comparison a similar starting module set of normal modules would cost 0.02 - 0.05 ETH or $5 - $10. A typical Intrepid-Class MP ship has 8-10 module slots and 3-4 hardpoints. Intrepid Class MPs typically go for approximately 0.15 ETH or about $25. You can see the current Intrepid-class MP ships available on OpenSea here.
The Explorer Starter Pack is the mid-range pack and provides the commander with a Corsair-class ship and 4 more modules than the Founder Starter Pack. The Corvette SE provides a larger platform to grow with than the Vanguard SE and is a solid all-around ship. The Explorer Starter Pack is available for 2999 GFC or $29.99. Sign-up for CSC and access the store here.
Sigma Corvette SE (13 module slots, 3 hardpoints)
In comparison a starting module set of normal modules would cost 0.05 - 0.1 ETH or $10 - $20. A Corvette MP has 6 hardpoints and 25 module slots. A Corvette MP goes for approximately 0.3 - 0.4 ETH or about $65-85. You can see the current Corvette MP ships available on OpenSea here.
The Adventurer Starter Pack is the top tier pack and provides the commander with a Corsair-class ship and 3 more modules than the Founder Starter Pack. In addition to more module slots and hardpoints the Voyager SE has a cargo capacity far superior to the Corvette SE making it an ideal starter mining ship. The Adventurer Starter Pack is available for 5999 GFC or $59.99. Sign-up for CSC and access the store here.
Vulcan Voyager SE (14 module slots, 4 hardpoints)
In comparison a similar starting module set of normal modules would cost 0.08 - 0.15 ETH or $15 - $30. A Voyager MP has 7 hardpoints and 26 module slots and goes for approximately 0.25 - 0.35 ETH or about $55-75. You can see the current Voyager MP ships available on OpenSea here.
In short, we have 3 fantastic starter packs here depending on what you want to do. These ships will give you plenty of time to learn the game and figure out your next ship to move into. You will also be able to equip normal modules onto these ships for significant performance boosts. For information on other ships available in Crypto Space Commander you can check out the guide on First Fleet and Rare ships here, and also keep an eye out for our upcoming ship review series. Safe Flying Commanders o7