Guard Frequency Episode 343 | Pirate Post-Mortem

Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 343 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on February 19, 2021 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at

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This Week’s Schedule

Links & the Like

  • Frontier Developments has completely upended the comfortable routine that they had established over the last month or so. Instead of mostly empty Q&As, they sent out an actual game programmer to talk about the one thing that – presumably – is currently working as intended for the Odyssey release. Also the spiffy new Frame Shift Drive is going to be unlocked for all players via a new community goal. Oh, and they got rid of the Butt Fedoras.

    Reddit Thread

    E:D Community Goals Page
  • Star Citizen has released a Post Mortem for the Early Access 3.12 patch. No, the patch didn’t kill the game, nor did the players kill the patch, nor were any players killed by the patch – y’know what, maybe they should just rename the thing.

    SC Forums
  • No Man’s Sky announces yet ANOTHER new patch for FREE.
  • Also, we should talk for a minute about Mars.

Community Questions

  • Did you read the Post Mortem and find anything interesting in there?
  • What is your theory on how F-Dev will explain the random terrain changes in game?

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