Paradox has announced a new grand strategy game set in the Star Trek universe.
Star Trek: Infinite is developed by Quantum League maker Nimble Giant Entertainment, and was revealed during Summer Game Fest. The teaser trailer shows a Federation fleet approach the Borg. Art shows famous Star Trek characters such as Captain Picard, Dukat and Gowron.
A full reveal is set for June 16, aka Picard Day.
Nimble Giant is best-known for its work on 2016's Master of Orion, which according to our review was "built on a moderately successful but bland execution of the inside-the-box formula". Other releases include the aforementioned Quantum League and Champions of Regnum. Paradox, for its part, has built a name for itself in the strategy space.
Star Trek, of course, has a rich history in the strategy space, with notable releases including Star Trek: Armada and Star Trek: Birth of the Federation. Like the series itself, though, the quality of many of these have been mixed. We'll see whether Star Trek: Infinite is able to raise the bar for quality in the series.
In the meantime, we have plenty of other games to look forward to, including Mortal Kombat 1 and a new Prince of Persia, both of which were showcase during today's stream. In case you missed it, here's everything announced at Summer Game Fest.
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