Elite: Dangerous’ new Fleet Carrier will dock up to 16 ships at a time.
Can you own multiple ships elite dangerous?
Yes, you can store as many ships as you want. They’ll be stored in the station you buy your new ship in.
Can you store ships on fleet carriers?
The owner can store their own ships and modules at all times, but must install the Shipyard and Outfitting services to extend storage to visitors. Each Fleet Carrier possesses 16 total Landing Pads: 8 large, 4 medium, and 4 small. The owner controls the docking permissions, and can restrict who may dock.
How do you store ships in elite dangerous?
You can, or if you go to a station with a shipyard you can go to the stored tab and select them to be transferred to the station you are on. It costs a few credits and takes a little while (dependant on the ship size/value and distance).
How do you get a fleet carrier elite dangerous?
Once you drop out of supercruise, you should see a large depot pretty close to the station, but you need to land inside the station and go to the Contacts menu in order to buy a Fleet Carrier. Look for the “Fleet Carrier Vendor” to make your purchase.
Can you destroy fleet carriers?
Q: Can carriers be destroyed? No, carriers can not be destroyed by conventional weapons.
How many ships can I store on my Fleet Carrier?
Yes, 2 accounts with a carrier on each can have both 40 ships.
How often can Fleet carriers jump?
Fleet Carriers have a maximum of 500LY jump range.
A jump can be cancelled until the final 5 minutes, when the jump is locked in. There is also a 5 minute cool down once the jump is completed. In order to activate a jump, players must fuel their carrier with a new commodity called Tritium.
Can you land on Earth in Elite Dangerous?
Nope. You can only land on worlds without atmosphere and volcanic activity for the moment. when it comes, can expect it to be a pretty incredible experience imo.
Can you buy ships in Elite Dangerous with real money?
Absolutely not. No buying credits with real money, and no buying ships with real money.