Space is vast. The new statistics provided to the British studio Frontier Developments by Frontier Developments allowed users to evaluate the size of extraterrestrial spaces in Elite: Dangerous Space Simulator.
The main page of Elite: Dangerous’ official website boasts that the creators have created about 400 billion star system on a scale of 1 with the Milky Way galaxy.
It turned out that Elite: Dangerous users explored just 0.05% of the in-game galaxy in the eight years following its release.
Similar Frontier stats Published The value of the entire galaxy was 0.05% at the start of last year. It was January 20, 2022. As a result, only 14,136 319 systems have been opened by players since that time (0.009%).
After seeing the grim statistics, players responded by expressing their desire to continue exploring space in Elite: Dangerous. Some gamers even shared their successes: they discovered thousands of systems.
Some users suggested that the percentage explored by Elite: Dangerous could have been higher if they hadn’t cancelled the console release in March 2022 of the Odyssey add-on.
The release version Elite: Dangerous launched on December 14, 2014 on PC. In 2015, it was available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In 2017, Elite: Dangerous became available on PlayStation 4. The game’s PC version is the only one that receives new content.