Frontier cancels Interstellar Initiatives while announcing the January patch
Earlier today, Frontier announced the release date of the first patch of 2020 that will be purely oriented towards bug fixing of the most reported issues...
The patch notes are still unknown but FDev promised a full list closer to release date which is set for January 14th. Together with the upcoming patch, all Interstellar Initiatives have been cancelled until further notice since the team will be focusing on fixing as many high-priority issues as they can.
You can find the full announcement below:
Happy New Year!
As we enter 3306, we would like to tell you about the next update coming to Elite Dangerous!
Thanks to all the commanders who joined in the beta back in November, we're happy to announce that the January Update will be launching on the 14 January! As we mentioned back in October, the first half of this year's updates will be focused almost exclusively on Fleet Carriers and fixing as many high priority bugs and issues as possible, ensuring that the game runs as smooth as a freshly-purchased Cobra MkIII. To be clear, this means that Interstellar Initiatives/Community Goals will be on hold while we focus on the subsequent series of updates and betas that will be coming over the following months.
Much like the January Update, these updates will be accompanied by an open beta, allowing commanders to jump in and see the content before it's released, as well as help us identify any major issues or bugs. We'll be providing more details about all of these updates in the near future, so keep an eye on all of our usual channels.
The team are hard at work on the next major milestone coming to Elite Dangerous at the latter end of this year and, as also mentioned in the previous post, we'll be ready to start revealing more about this after the Fleet Carriers update. We know you're keen to hear more, and we're excited to be able to show you what's to come!