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Star Trek: Infinite Space Development version debuts at E3 2011
May 27,2011 04:05 by Sara Lau0
In Los Angeles Convention early June this year (E3 Expo 2010), the German online game developer will present players its upcoming free browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space, which is expected to officially go live in the third quarter of this year.
According to GameForge, they will introduce the demo version of Star Trek: Infinite Space at the Los Angeles Convention Center during June 7 – 9, 2011.
GameForge also confirmed its booth at South Hall (Booth Number: 8508), and Star Trek fans can catch a first glimpse of this new sci-fi browser game. As captain of the Federation or the Klingon Empire, players must try to survive in the war with the Dominion.
In a recent press release announced by Wargaming.net, they will bring World of Tanks to E3 2011. Gameforge, behind many great online games such as Cabal Online, Sphira and Elsword would like to show their latest efforts, debuting their development version of Star Trek – Infinite Space.
In the fully playable browser MMO Star Trek – Infinite Space, players can explore as Captain of the Federation or the Klingon Empire in the time of “Deep Space Nine” of the vast Star Trek universe. Like Battlestar Galactica Online, STIS is powered by Unity 3D engine, which renders detailed 3D graphics on the web browser. The game is therefore completely without download and also be free to play, too. Players can choose from a variety of different and authentic spaceships from the Star Trek universe, fulfil exciting flying missions, and explore the different star sectors. They must constantly improve their ships and take care of their crew. In addition, there are also special PvP elements in order to compete with other players.
More information about Star Trek – Infinite Space, visit the official site of the game. http://startrek-is.com/
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