Summary: Star Trek fans can now pre-order Paradox Interactive and Nimble Giant Entertainment's highly anticipated grand strategy game, Star Trek: Infinite, set to launch on Mac and PC on October 12, 2023, and immerse themselves in the Star Trek universe with exclusive bonuses and deep strategic gameplay.
- Exclusive skins, unique ships, and special voiceovers for pre-order bonuses
- Deep strategic elements and emergent gameplay
- Digital Deluxe Edition includes digital artbook, game soundtrack, and in-game music pack
Paradox Interactive and Nimble Giant Entertainment have exciting news for Star Trek fans. Their highly anticipated grand strategy game, Star Trek: Infinite, is set to launch on Mac and PC on October 12, 2023. Under license from Paramount Consumer Products, this game promises to take players on an interstellar journey like no other.
Players can now pre-order either the base game or the Digital Deluxe Edition, which comes with some fantastic bonuses. These include exclusive skins, unique ships, and special voiceovers. It’s a great opportunity for fans to enhance their gaming experience and immerse themselves in the Star Trek universe.
Star Trek: Infinite offers emergent gameplay and complex choices that will keep players engaged for hours on end. With its deep strategic elements, players have the power to create their own Star Trek story. Whether it’s embarking on faction-specific mission trees, engaging in espionage, or navigating the intricacies of empire dynamics, there’s no shortage of exciting gameplay features.
To keep fans even more engaged, Nimble Giant Entertainment will be publishing a series of Developer Diaries starting next week. These diaries will provide an in-depth look into the game’s development journey, giving fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the making of Star Trek: Infinite. Additionally, the company has opened up a Discord server where fans can join the discussion and connect with fellow Star Trek enthusiasts.
The pre-order bonuses for Star Trek: Infinite are truly enticing. Players who pre-order will receive exclusive Star Trek: Lower Decks uniform options, access to the U.S.S. Cerritos science ship with special options for minor nations (Second Contact), and a Klingon advisor voice line that says “Qapla.” These bonuses add an extra layer of customization and immersion to the game.
For those looking for an even more enhanced experience, the Digital Deluxe Edition (DDE) is the way to go. It includes a digital artbook, the game soundtrack, and an in-game music pack featuring iconic compositions from the Star Trek series. This edition is perfect for fans who want to fully immerse themselves in the rich and illustrious legacy of Star Trek.
Star Trek: Infinite is set in a time period preceding Star Trek: The Next Generation, allowing players to shape the destiny of the galaxy as one of four unique Quadrant Powers. Whether you choose to lead the United Federation of Planets, Romulan Star Empire, Cardassian Union, or Klingon Empire, the game stays true to Star Trek lore while introducing fresh avenues for adventure.
With its deep strategic gameplay, immersive storytelling, and faithful adherence to Star Trek lore, Star Trek: Infinite is shaping up to be a must-play for fans of the franchise. So mark your calendars for October 12, 2023, and get ready to embark on an interstellar journey like no other.
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