Eventually. If he reloads enough times.
He’s been saying SC is a scam for a long time. Yet he’s never really got the “scam” part right. Have the backers been scammed? I wouldn’t say yes. But clearly CryTek was.
Though we do finally have an answer to the question “why CryEngine?” The reason was CryTek was the only company that would let CR use their engine. Not only that, but they did a lot of work (if not the vast majority) on the original crowdfunding launch tech demo. Though I still have questions. Like who paid for the digital assets used? People would say “CR is/was rich!” Yeah, was. At one point. But he was clearly looking for a job and no one was hiring. My guess is that either CryTek or someone else fronted the money for the digital art. Next question, when did they make the tech demo. CR was quoted that work on the game was going on at least a year and up to 18 months before crowdfunding started. It’s known that in 2011 CR pitched an idea of a new Wing Commander. I wonder if the art assets and maybe even the trailer itself was originally made for that?
Though one thing is clear, “Roberts Space Industries” and “Could Imperium Games” didn’t actually start working on Star Citzen/SQ42 until a month or two after the crowdfunding campaign. And when I say work I mean on actual code, not lore, etc.