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Elite: Dangerous

Elite: Dangerous

The spectacular new multi-player installment in the seminal open world series of space games that started with Elite.

Head for the stars, take a ship and trade, bounty-hunt, pirate and assassinate your way across the Milky Way galaxy.

It's an awe inspiring, beautiful, vast place; with 400 billion star systems, planets, moons and asteroid fields just waiting to be explored and exploited.

Beta available now!

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European Kinectimals launch

Kinect and Kinectimals launched in Europe at midnight! CVG has a report and pictures of yesterday evening's Kinect launch… read more

10th Nov 2010

Kinectimals - early review round up

Kinectimals launches in the US today! See http://kinectimals.frontier.co.uk/news/ for a round up of early reviews. A few samples:… read more

4th Nov 2010

Aspyr announces RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum for the Apple Mac

Our friends at Apsyr have just announced that they are launching RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum (RCT3 + Soaked + Wild)… read more

26th Oct 2010

Action we can take on pre-owned games

David Braben's October column for Develop Magazine discusses what actions the games industry can take over pre-owned games.… read more

25th Oct 2010

Kinectimals web pages launched

Frontier's own Kinectimals web page is now online. Check out http://kinectimals.frontier.co.uk/ for news and media on this… read more

19th Oct 2010

David Braben: Four misconceptions of the online world

David Braben's September column for Develop Magazine discusses what an online world means for the games industry. The… read more

14th Sep 2010

LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias Nominated for Milthon Award

The Milthon European Game Awards are approaching and Frontier's self-published fantastical platformer which tells the tale… read more

24th Aug 2010

"When are new things good for games?" asks David Braben

David Braben continues his regular monthly column for Develop Magazine where he delves deep into "technology, design,… read more

11th Aug 2010

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Frontier: 240 people and still indie

I recently spoke to GamesIndustry International about Frontier's current hiring drive and our people-centric culture: It's… read more

17th Jun 2014

So Amazon's launch of Fire TV is a 'non-event', is it?

It was surprising to see the analyst consensus characterising last week's Amazon Fire TV launch as a 'non-event'. Amazon… read more

7th Apr 2014

Why IPO? Frontier's C.O.O. David Walsh discusses the background to Frontier's recent market listing

I’m writing in the 'aftermath’ of speaking to the games industry media at the ‘Develop’ conference… read more

26th Jul 2013

Advertising Cowboys and the new Wild West

Advertisers are leaving traditional channels in droves and moving to the internet, and becoming a lot more aggressive as… read more

20th Apr 2012

Universal Apps

‘Universal Apps’ on Apple’s App Store are great. As we all know the same app works across iPhone, iPad… read more

29th Feb 2012

Kids and Call of Duty

I'm sure we have all seen it or heard about it; kids of 12 or so – or even primary school ages - playing Call of Duty:… read more

23rd Jan 2012

Taxation as a Tool

Taxation has been used as a tool by governments through the ages to encourage particular types of behaviour, and to discourage… read more

28th Dec 2011

After the Gold Rush

By ‘Gold Rush’ I mean the delightful ‘wild west’ anarchy of digital download games, especially the… read more

14th Nov 2011

What is Happening to the Games Controller?

What is happening to our beloved video games controller? NEW PLAYERS DON’T GET IT In the last few years we have… read more

13th Oct 2011

Lies, Damn Lies

Statistics are vital to understanding or planning the release of a game, but we regularly see them terribly abused for the… read more

9th Sep 2011

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