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I couldn't find a current list of ship CCU values so I spent some time and made my own. All values match the RSI CCU prices regardless of sales or warbond. Notice an error please reply and I'll correct it asap.Added a column of whether or not the ship is always on sale to help you plan a CCU. For example you can see there is no free CCU for the Terrapin, no cheap one either. Ship Price (USD) for sale P-52 Merlin $20 n Aurora ES $20 y Aurora MR $25 y P-72 Archimedes $30 n Mustang Alpha $30 y Aurora LX $30 n Aurora LN $35 y ARGO MPUV Cargo Module $35 n Drake Dragonfly $40 n Mustang Beta $40 y X1 Baseline $40 n ARGO MPUV Personnel $40 n Xi'an Nox Kue $45 n Aurora CL $45 y X1 Velocity $45 n 100i $45 n Avenger Titan $50 y Origin 85x $50 n X1 Force $50 n Mustang Gamma $55 y Mustang Omega $55 n 300I $55 y 125A $55 n Avenger Stalker $60 y Hull A $60 n 135c $60 n 315P $65 y Mustang Delta $65 n Reliant Tana - Skirmisher $65 n Reliant Kore - Mini Hauler $65 n 325A $70 y Reliant Sen - Researcher $75 n Avenger Titian Renagade $75 n Anvil Arrow $75 n Herald $85 n Avenger Warlock $85 n Reliant Mako - News Van $85 n Gladius $90 y Hull B $90 n Anvil Hawk $100 n Cutlass (Black) $100 y M50 $100 n Hornet F7C $110 y Freelancer $110 y Drake Buccaneer $110 n AEGIS GLADIUS VALIANT $110 n Cutlass (Red) $120 y Hornet F7C-S "Ghost" $125 y 350R $125 n Freelancer DUR $135 y Hornet F7C-R "Tracker" $140 y Drake Vulture $140 n MISC Razor $145 n Retaliator (Base) $150 n Cutlass (Blue) $150 n Freelancer MAX $150 y Constellation Taurus $150 y Misc Razor LX $150 n MISC Prospector $155 y Misc Razor EX $155 n Gladiator $165 n Xi'an Scout (Khartu-al) $170 n Sabre $170 n Hornet Wildfire $175 n Freelancer MIS $175 n Hornet F7C-M "Super Hornet" $180 n Sabre Comet $185 n Banu Defender $185 n Anvil Hurricane $195 n Aegis Vulcan $200 n Saber Raven $200 n Aopoa San’tok.yāi $220 n Terrapin $220 n Constellation Andromeda $225 y Vanguard Hoplite $225 n Mercury Star Runner $225 n Redeemer $250 n Vanguard Warden $250 n Hull C $250 n RSI Apollo Triage $250 n Vanguard Sentinel $265 n Retaliator Bomber $275 n EsperiaVanduul Blade $275 n RSI Apallo Medivac $275 n Vanguard Harbinger $280 n Catapillar $295 n Starfarer $300 n Vanduul Scythe $300 n Aegis Eclipse $300 n Constellation Aquila $310 y Starfarer Gemini $340 n Constellation Phoenix $350 n Banu Merchantman $350 n Esperia Glave $350 n Endeavor (Base) $350 n Hull D $350 n Crucible $350 n C2 Hercules $360 n Anvil Valkyrie $375 n Anvil Valkyrie Liberator $375 n Reclaimer $400 n Carrack $400 n Genesis Starliner $400 n Esperia Prowler $425 n Endeavor (Discovery) $425 n 600i Luxury Touring $435 n Orion $450 n Endeavor (Hope) $450 n 600i Exploration $475 n M2 Hercules $480 n Endeavor (Olympic) $500 n Hull E $550 n A2 Hercules $700 n Aegis Hammerhead $725 n RSI Polaris $750 n CNOU Pioneer $850 n 890 Jump $890 n Endeavor (Master) $900 n Idris-M $1,000 n Idris-P $1,500 n Drake Kraken $1,650 n Javelin-Class Destroyer $3,000 n And for funzies I attached the below chart to show distribution of ship prices. (Updated 11/26/2018). Notes: 121 ship variants in the below photo. If you want to see past prices you can check this site, but I'll need to maintain my list still or I wont know how much the price has gone up which I need.
I know everything is still in development and is likely to change and be adjusted but I started this for fun to see what types of ship pledges would have the most in game UEC value. I really wanted to know if the more expensive ship pledges would be exponentially harder to get in game and see if there was some sort of sliding scale of pledge cost to in game cost. I initially expected a somewhat linear correlation between real dollars and UEC cost, but obviously a whole mess of factors go into determining its price and I was surprised at a few ships that really gave you some UEC bang for your buck. I started with gathering the UEC ship prices from the "New Deal" in Lorville. Once I had that I then compared it with what the rent cost was in Arena commander and found that every ship's rent cost was exactly 33.33333... times less than its full buy price. Knowing that, I then was able to find out the current 3.3.6 UEC buy price of most of the flyable ships in game (restricted to if we could rent it in Arena Commander). Once I had the UEC buy price, I compared that to its real world cost and found each ships dollar to UEC value. Some results such as the Avenger Titan were surprising, but it seems that typically the larger the ship the more value per dollar your pledge is, but of course there are exceptions to this, with all the factors that go into a ship. I had wanted to make a graph showing UEC/$ value to pledge size but there were so many great smaller ships it wouldn't have been a nice clean graph, haha. At the end of the day, we buy ships to support the game, but first and foremost get something that you'd want to fly I made this for fun and to help me decide what to aim for when the game goes live. I did a cursory look on the forums to see if anyone else did the same, but didn't see anything else. If anyone else has something similar please post it and I'd love to compare data! Edit: As requested i put it up on google drive for easier viewing. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vTyX4C7YCBNDCsWW1aJJJOEbCmbMyhur1Yyp4mzTVpVQ3ryKLpE5E8AbsufCansBxbGUZ-TUcGFlemn/pubhtml As far as some of the pricing discrepancies go (EG a base model being more expensive in game than its upgraded variant) I am pretty certain that some if not most of the prices were set way back when they first implemented renting and they just haven't gone back to readjust them now that purchasing ships in game is getting close to a full fledged thing. Take all of these numbers with quite a few grains of salt. Another thing to keep in mind as well, as stated by CR in one of his 10 for the chairmen, the price of ships and goods will eventually vary based on location, supply and demand, cost of materials that would normally be used to build the ship, and some other things as well.
Wanted to bring this discussion to SCB - and bring forth the perspective of being EXTREMELY happy with the concept of the larger ships (even medium ones) being expensive to earn in game. CR said in 2014 that it would take two weeks to earn a Connie in game (but CR and CIG quickly backtracked on that - which is good). In Citizencon CIG revealed some aUEC prices for buying ships in game (and renting as well) and this guy "wanted to quit" based on it which is ludicrous and he clearly hasn't been following the Pledge Campaign. CR has always explained that ships (the bigger ones are very expensive and he compared a Cessna cost to the cost of an Air Craft Carrier (appropriate analogy for the Kraken concept release)). THIS UNDERSCORES the importance of catering your overall game PLEDGE (remember it is not just picking up a ship but supporting the development of the game) ---- towards the LARGER ships since they will be extremely expensive to earn in game AS IT SHOULD BE Reddit Thread below... + Please NO Pay to Win (P2W) arguments here since that has been debunked long ago - thanks Here are a couple of good replies by others.... GrappleShotgun Not in the least. It's all about figuring out how the economy will run. The prices are not final, so you can relax. Mr_StephenB Prices won't be final and CIG did say renting you desired ship is much more economical. Ship prices u/exission (note this guy makes an assumption which I think is logical 1/10 of aUEC) During the demo, the the following ships prices(in aUEC, which I assume is 1/10 of an UEC) were revealed: Hammerhead: 21,429,600 Prospector: 1,620,750 Aurora: 220,900 The cost of 1000 UEC is $1 USD. That means that for example, an Aurora = 220,900/10 = 22,090 and 22,090/1000 = $22.09 USD. A prospector would be roughly equal to $162 USD and a Hammerhead to $2,142 USD. The hammerhead is x 3.2 times more expensive in game. The other two seem to match their current USD pricing.