Players of Frontier's open-world space game Elite: Dangerous are now finding crashed alien spaceships on planets. This could mean that the game is getting ready to launch a massive alien invasion event soon for the PC and Xbox One game.
Screenshots of the alien ships have been posted over at Reddit (via ICXM). This is just the latest evidence that Frontier is about to add aliens in the all-human universe of Elite: Dangerous. Players have also spotted alien plants and probes in the game over the last few months.
This latest evidence hopefully will be a prelude to Frontier announcing its major new expansion for Elite: Dangerous. If you want to get in on the ground floor of the game you can purchase the standard version at the Xbox Store for $29.99:
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