In its latest update for the Horizons expansion, Frontier Developments includes, among many other changes, the possibility of sharing certain checkpoints with up to 2 other users.
We can already find The Commanders in official client of Elite: Dangerous. In this update, David Braben, CEO of Frontier Developments, brings us closer and closer to the “space legs” by implementing a series of new mechanics for free, but with the division of features to which we have been accustomed depending on whether we have a Season Pass or not.
Users who have the Horizons expansion will have at their disposal the possibility of allowing another player to assume the position of gunner in the case of medium ships, and have a third party in charge of the auxiliary fighters in the case of larger ships such as the Cutter and the Type 9.
In addition, the Holo-Me option will allow us to create our virtual avatar with which we will populate the cabins of the game, which of course incorporates new microtransaction options when it comes to plaguing our pilot with cosmetics of all kinds. A common practice of Frontier Developments. Also joining the family of luxury cruises is the Dolphin line, which we could consider the series below Orca.
Those who do not have Horizons, will have new functionalities such as cinematic camera modes, which seek to make it easier to capture the action from different angles in addition to the possibility of naming the ship as well as changing the license plate number, which opens up more microtransactions. Also included are new types of space stations, capital ships and other locations scattered throughout the Milky Way, as well as the numerous list of technical fixes as needed.