Dans un futur lointain, l'univers de X traverse une période de mutations profondes et irréversibles. Face à cet avenir incertain, les possibilités d'aventures se multiplient pour faire face à un nouvel ennemi assoiffé de pouvoir.
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2 avril

X Rebirth Update 3.53 Released

• Improved extension handling so that loading order of mods now follows defined dependencies.
• Fixed several of the most common remaining causes of crashes.
• Fixed capital shield being unable to boost if they have no shields (fix in 3.51 did not work in all cases).
• Fixed broken buttons on player ship entry in encyclopedia.
• Fixed rounding error relating to upgrade counts.
• Fixed missing text truncation for objectives in Mission Manager.

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27 mars

X Rebirth Update 3.52 Released

X Rebirth 3.52 is now available.

• Fixed default NPCs being able to board the playership and getting stuck.
• Fixed being able to get more than five skill stars through employee training before skills are revealed.
• Fixed ship animation issues when leaving the area and returning later.
• Fixed some Russian localisation issues.
• Fixed a problem loading plot savegames made in versions created prior to 3.51 while player ship docked.

Note: Although the last fix listed above does restore Yisha if she was accidentally removed in 3.51, we recommend that you do not use savegames made in 3.51 which suffered this problem as you may encounter problems such as stuck plot missions. Savegames made in 3.50 which would have suffered this problem had they been loaded in 3.51 should be be fine in 3.52.

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Mac OS X/Linux/SteamOS Public Alpha

X Rebirth 3.53 est maintenant disponible aussi bien pour Mac que pour Linux en tant que version de test alpha. Pour activer la version OS X, sélectionnez l'option "macosx". Pour activer la version Linux/SteamOS, sélectionnez l'option beta "linux". Pour avoir des détails, les problèmes connus ou un support technique, visitez le sujet de support adéquate (Support Mac, Support Linux en anglais) sur le forum d'Egosoft.

Édition collector

L'édition Collector de X Rebirth inclut :

  • DLC : The Teladi Outpost
  • Bande-originale Volume 1 (MP3)
  • En exclusivité : Bande-originale Volume 2 (MP3)
  • Téléchargement : X - The Space Opera - Per Musica ad Albion (Vidéo)
  • Téléchargement bonus d'illustrations et de l'encyclopédie X

Vous pourrez profiter des bonus dans le dossier d'installation :
...Steam\SteamApps\common\X Rebirth\Bonus Content

À propos de ce jeu

Dans un futur lointain, l'univers de X traverse une période de mutations profondes et irréversibles. Face à cet avenir incertain, les possibilités d'aventures se multiplient pour faire face à un nouvel ennemi assoiffé de pouvoir.

Un jeu aventurier, accompagné d'une surprenante acolyte voyagent dans un vieux vaisseau au passé glorieux : deux être seuls contre la galaxie, qui joueront un rôle clé dans les évènements à venir.

Le sort de l'univers repose entre les mains du joueur...


X Rebirth représente un nouveau départ spectaculaire pour la série des X, offrant aux vétérans comme aux nouveaux joueurs un univers vaste, riche et détaillé à explorer.

Le jeu combine des phases de combat spatial intense, un système de commerce développé et de possibilités d'exploration à grande vitesse afin de créer une expérience de jeu digne des plus grandes sagas spatiales, qui tiendra le joueur en haleine pendant des dizaines d'heures. De nombreux éléments ont été retravaillés pour que X Rebirth propose une meilleure accessibilité, sans sacrifier la profondeur de jeu que les fans attendent de la série.

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 8 (64-bit), Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit), Vista SP2 (64-bit), XP SP2 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel i-Series at 2GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT400 series with 512MB RAM or better, ATI 4870HD with 512MB RAM or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel i5 (Quad) or i7 at 2.5GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT500 series with 1GB RAM or better, ATI 5870HD with 1GB RAM or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 12 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS X 10.10 Yosemite
    • Processor: Intel i5 (Quad) or i7 at 2.5GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 12 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT750M, Nvidia GT600 series with 1 GB RAM or better, AMD 6850HD with 1 GB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 12 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OpenAL Soft compatible
    • Additional Notes: OpenGL version 4.2
    Minimum:
    • OS: SteamOS (64-bit) or Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel i-Series at 2GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Vendor proprietary drivers, Nvidia GT500 series with 1GB RAM or better, ATI 5870HD with 1GB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OpenAL Soft compatible
    • Additional Notes: OpenGL version 4.2
    Recommended:
    • OS: SteamOS (64-bit) or Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel i5 (Quad) or i7 at 2.5GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 12 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Vendor proprietary drivers, Nvidia GT600 series with 1GB RAM or better, ATI 6850HD with 1GB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 12 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OpenAL Soft compatible
    • Additional Notes: OpenGL version 4.2
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34 personne(s) sur 40 (85%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
4.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 13 mars
L'évaluation négative du début n'a plus lieu d'être.
Les developpeurs se sont plantés (surtout par manque de temps, certainement la pression des financiers comme d'habitude), seulement ils corrigent régulièrement le jeu qui devient de plus en plus beau et complet.
Une version 2.0 puis une 3.0 et maintenant une 3.5.
Voilà enfin des gars qui bossent sur leur jeu sans prendre les joueurs pour des cons...
A l'heure actuelle c'est TRES rare et rien que pour ça je les soutiens.
Les grosses maisons d'édition (EA,UBI,...) avec plus de moyens qui nous resservent les mêmes bouses tous les ans devraient en prendre de la graine.
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15 personne(s) sur 17 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
117.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 23 février
Je change mon avis sur X Rebirth, depuis les récents patch, et surtout le 3.0, le jeu est enfin fréquentable, et nous avons la enfin un vrai X !
J'espère que vous y retournerez également, car les devs ont bien bossé.
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13 personne(s) sur 16 (81%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
11.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 7 mars
X-Rebirth le mal aimé, A sa sortie en Alpha celui ci était criblé de bugs et de defauts non négligeables. Cependant aujourd'hui à la 3.20 on ne peux plus en dire au temps !

Ce jeu possède encore quelques defauts mais rien de très préjudiciable.
Pour les joueurs non véterans de la licence X, commencer par X-rebirth est un bon compromis !

Beau, fluide et très attractif il reste l'un des meilleurs Hit de Space simu/shoot.
C'est un superbe titre qui nous proposera une campagne très intéressante et la possibilité d'incarner n'importe quel corps de métier dans une partie libre.

Ses points faibles :
- les ingénieurs recrutés ne peuvent pas réparer la coque de votre vaisseau si vous les engagez mais dans un plus gros batiment celui ci peux y être affecté et dès lors vous débloquerez la possibilité de réparer vos astronefs depuis votre escla... employé.
- les réglages sont assez casse c*******, mais au bout de 20-30 min vous aurais configuré pad et votre joystick
- Une traduction Française de dépressif, gardez le jeu en VOST !

Je le recommande !
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 25 avril
Le Elder Scrolls Spatial ! No ♥♥♥♥in' limit !
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308 personne(s) sur 347 (89%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 27 avril
Short version:

For the plot, just watch on Youtube.
This game cost Egosoft a Roguey (*formerly* a big fan/promoter/guy who runs a nice X-game site) and was a waste of a Cycrow (modder who brought life to a lot of the X-games). It's bad.

Looooong version (sorry for grammar or speeling errors, it took awhile to write up):

The game has so much win buried under an avalanche of fail. After more than a year patching, patching, upgrading, and patching, there are still enough bugs you'd think it was released yesterday. I'm not going to go in a standard format: all pros, then all cons, but break things down piece by piece to show the good and how it's buried under fail, at the end will be a more personal take.

Flight:

1) You get a highway system that takes you to most places quickly. (With a roller-coaster atmosphere).
2) You also get an overbooster that lets you move about 10x normal speed at the cost of shields.
3) You can dock at your own capital ships and order them to use jump drives to ferry you around for longer trips.

The Avalanche: With this system, and the layout of the areas in the game, a 1-way trip can take 10-20 minutes (not sure exactly how long) from one end of the game to the other. You also NEVER GET A PERSONAL JUMP DRIVE. Keep this in mind for trading later.

Flight 2:

The autopilot and AI piloting seem a lot smarter - navigating the bigger and more complex stations is not lethal like it was in previous X-games. You only ever take shield damage, awesome!

The bad (not an avalanche): the game makes you scan stations in order to see their production cycles. If you're impatient, you'll bump stations a lot. (Pro: they won't go hostile for bumping them!) Sometimes when you bump a station, you'll end up inside the station geometry with no way out but to keep bumping until you bump yourself outside the geometry...

Fight:

The fighters you face (in groups up to a dozen or more) have weapons that beat anything you can get in 2 of 3 categories: range, accuracy, dps. There's one common fighter that has four guns, which can beat you in all three categories (since there are only two useful/useable weapons in the game). Facing them in groups is only possible because you have an overboost and can run away again and again and again...

Stations and Trade:

1) You use construction vessels to build your own stations.
2) Stations are large complexes that generally produce a class of goods (turrets, foodstuffs) instead of one item as in previous games, which you used to have to chain into complexes in order to get large-scale, efficient production (my max was 171 stations in previous games IIRC).
3) Stations have guns and can defend themselves!
4) Trade ships can cue up orders (if you have trade software installed)!
5) Stations can only be built in certain areas (boon or bust on perspective), which prevents stations colliding with each other or being built halfway into an asteroid.
6) Stations with intended construction will have a red box in space until all ships leave the construction area (no more stations being accidentally built ON the player ship).

The avalanche:
This game was obviously not made for trade or station building. Completed stations still retain their vulnerable (and unsightly) construction vesssels nearby. Ownership is slightly bugged with staff being shown as "Trade Manager ???" even after you've assigned somebody. Ships take a looong time (5+ minutes sometimes) to dock, trade, and undock. And they occasionally bug out and sit there, which requires a workaround to get them trading again.

Stations are nigh invincible, quickly obliterating anything short of a capital fleet you send at them (though the player can duck and weave to avoid fire, because many players are smarter than the AI). Destroyed NPC stations stay with 0 hull and will eventually be rebuilt, so a lot of options like meaningful faction war or annihilating the universe are impossible.

NPC trade ships are not built at shipyards. The NPC ships built at shipyards have the command 'explore' and will fly around a little bit before despawning. Functioning NPC ships just spawn, possibly with a full load of goods (to supplement broken the economy). So killing NPC trade ships won't affect the game economy much.

Production values of stations were poorly determined. There's a Med Despensary that will illustrate: it has a primary, secondary, and tertiary product (space weed, narcotics, and medicine). It requires space weed to produce narcotics, and both of those two to produce medicine. It doesn't produce as much space weed as it requires to make narcotics and medicines; this requires either another station or purchase of supplies from NPCs. There are other (cell fab) stations whose output is used by other stations (arms tech fab). The cell fab production is insufficient to fully supply one other station (and the stations should make much more than needed by ONE other station - they're massive stations that can take over a day IRL to complete - more if resources are scarce).

Trade ships are also frequently stupid - if a station has 50,000 of something and another station needs 25,000, a player-owned trade ship will transport 100 of it, roughly 1% of its cargo capacity, leaving 90% free (9% used by jump drive fuel).

The kicker: Where in previous X-games, station products could be used by the player (and the primary motivation of station building was often to produce certain things - missiles, turrets - on a scale larger than the rest of the universe combined), in Rebirth, station products (with 2 or so exceptions) serve to feed shipyards. The player can no longer own a shipyard. The NPC shipyards might decide to make a ship - for which it doesn't have the appropriate resources - when you're trying to buy one. So you have to get supplies to the shipyard, wait up to 20 minutes for the ship (which will only despawn anyway) to complete, then a few more minutes for it to undock, before you can place your buy order and gather even more resources for YOUR ship.

The above is actually the reason I stopped playing - I have 18 stations complete waiting for X:Rebirth 5.0 just in case it's worth playing. At the moment the only 'meaningful' interaction with the game world is to make stations that supply NPC stations that make ships that despawn shortly after creation.

But continuing: you can only directly order ships to trade if they're in your squad. You get a view of 'buy orders' and 'sell orders' that are stored in your computer. You order your ship to fulfill those orders. You can't say 'buy/sell X amount of Y product, optionally from A, B, or C station'.

You can only see those buy orders if you're looking at the intended station (within 1 km or so of it), which require you to travel through the universe to update trade offers, which is why a jump drive would have been useful. Note: you *can* get remote updates if you do a speech game with people on the station, but eventually you will have to go back out there and update the trade offers. (You speech them, they agree to update trade offers for 5-6 hrs or so, then the 5-6 hour period ends, and you need to go back to the station for trade offers to update for the next 5-6 hrs. You don't need to do the speech game any more than once per station.)

---More was here, but cut due to size limitation---

Summary:
So there you go, a STILL bugged game with a paper thin, very underwhelming story which was obviously not made to enable trade, capital ship use, or station construction - most of the things that made X games popular, and which only does some of the combat right. At this point we all know this was supposed to be an X-Box 360 game, and NOT an X-series game. Ego says it was Deep Silver that pushed them to quickly release an X-game, but whomever came up with and pushed the idea for rushing an X-game should be fired and worse for gross incompetence.
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