Check Out the New Gameplay Trailer for Star Trek: Infinite

A new adventure awaits. Paradox Interactive

A new gameplay trailer for Star Trek: Infinite has been released and it gives us a look at what to expect. It invites players to take on an exciting adventure through space and puts them in the middle of the conflict between the powers that control the Alpha and Beta Quadrants.

While the game takes inspiration from Star Trek: The Next Generation, the story doesn't focus on one ship. Players are put in command of one of the four major powers: the United Federation of Planets, Romulan Star Empire, Cardassian Union, or Klingon Empire. Each of these major powers has its own individualized traits, stories, and quests, making their play unique.

You can watch the gameplay trailer below:

In a statement, Nimble Giant Entertainment CEO Martin Cao shared that being fans of the Star Trek franchise, they are more than committed to creating a game that is true to The Next Generation and its spirit. He added that it offers a lot to players, like giving them the freedom to decide how to respond to events, giving a strong sense of identity.

Features of the game are:

  • Enjoy your Own Story
    • There is no singular way to play since there are multiple paths to victory.
    • Go for diplomacy, espionage, warfare, or a mix of all of these.
  • Iconic Characters
    • Provides an immersive Star Trek experience while making sure that you can shape the story of your playthrough based to the choices you make as the leader of their chosen faction.
    • Those who choose the Federation can recruit Picard, Janeway, Sisko, and Data, among many others.
    • Other factions have their own set of iconic characters ready for enlistment like Gowron, Makbar, and Garak.
  • Diverse Starships
    • Get access to a wide range of starships from the Star Trek universe, customized to each faction's arsenal.
    • Choices include the Federation's always reliable Intrepid- and Defiant-class ships, the Cardassian's menacing Galor-class vessels, Romulan's sleek D'deridex, and Klingon's formidable Negh'Var battleships.
  • Deep and Complex Strategy
    • The game is built on the core systems of Stellaris and leverages the deep and complex system while making them its own.
    • Aspects of these systems have been streamlined and simplified to better resonate with the Star Trek franchise.

Star Trek: Infinite is launching on PC through Steam this fall.

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