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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:48pm 13/05/16 | 3 Comments
Yeah sure that's the obvious headline that anyone could have come up with. But what's the alternate? Live long and err, get a console port. Beam us up, Scotty. With a console version of Star Trek Online. Anyway you say it, the point is that Star Trek Online is headed to consoles later this year. Specifically, PS4 and Xbox One. And it will come packed with six years of content and be free-to-play.

So yeah, Star Trek Online has been available on PC for a number of years now but with a recent visual overhaul the console version will benefit from years of updates and a new control scheme designed for both ship versus ship and ground-based combat.



For those unfamiliar with the game Star Trek Online lets you create a character from all the various species featured across the television series' and films and then become Captain of your very own ship.



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BladeRunner
Posted 09:38am 14/5/16
Star Trek Online in The Search for more Revenu.
E.T.
Posted 11:14am 14/5/16
The bad animation in that video just reminds me of those funny news animations from Taiwan

HurricaneJim
Posted 09:07pm 14/5/16
Doesn't look any different to the way STO was just after release.
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