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Here’s a look at Elite Dangerous’ long-awaited Fleet Carriers

Elite Dangerous has been dangling the tantalising space carrot of 16-person Fleet Carriers for three years now, but finally, following a succession of lengthy delays, they’re almost here – and developer Frontier has offered a closer look in a brand-new livestream and trailer.

Fleet Carriers, which were initially planned for 2018’s Beyond update, are described as “mobile starships and trading hubs capable of transporting multiple allies”, and can accommodate up to 16 players, thanks to their eight large, four medium, and four small landing pads.

While they have the potential to be a bustling hive of social activity for multiple space pals, Fleet Carriers are owned and piloted by a single Commander – one who’ll need to cough up 5,000,000,000 credits for the privilege of owning the basic model, although that does include a Commodity Market and a Tritium Depot for the price.

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