Has anyone played star citizen with Snoost? If so who. I Strongly wanna buy this if it allows me to even run Star citizen on my Dumb computer. I also have 25-75 MPS(varies in the day) with an ethernet so I think I will fill the requirements just Fine on the internet side of things
StaffLeed#2November 2nd 2017, 10:30
I know some players have, among these our CTO Rune has played it. He is a big fan of the game as well :).
25-75 Mbps should be plenty. We recommend 12-15 for the Full HD stream, so you should be good to go.
Remember you can try it before you buy it with our 3 day trial.
Last edited: November 2nd 2017, 10:31
SnoobsterAbdo#3November 6th 2017, 05:42
@Leed Thank you. You have a GooD DaY
SnoobsterAbdo#4November 7th 2017, 01:42
The cloud rig only has 60 HDD so how will it run Star Citizen with its 90gb
StaffRuneDalton#5November 7th 2017, 10:03
Star Citizen currently runs fine with the 60 GB storage. However, we are working to increase the storage - hopefully in time for the Star Citizen Alpha 3.0 release. :)
SnoobsterAbdo#6November 7th 2017, 22:24
Thak you, I love this organization that's why I am getting Snoost from any other Cloud gaming provider
Last edited: November 8th 2017, 04:54
SnoobsterSullyQ#7December 2nd 2017, 23:34
Yea, I play Star Citizen on Snoost and it alternatively runs great and terrible, I'm pretty sure it's server-related lol. If anyone wants to play with me, my handle is SullyQuindarius in-game. My ships are always available to borrow (just ask me first, don't shoot me)
Last edited: December 3rd 2017, 16:07
Game reviewerviscosity#8December 3rd 2017, 16:02
Hello how can in install StarCitizen ? It seems that it is not possible to get the Z partition as described in to the tutorial. Please help needed ;-)
SnoobsterSullyQ#9December 3rd 2017, 16:05
@viscosity I just install it on the D drive. The computer storage has been updated since the tutorial was written ;)
Game reviewerviscosity#10December 3rd 2017, 16:13
Well i tried few hours ago, i only had a C drive.. now a D drive appeared by magic :-)