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Star Trek: Bridge Crew – Launch Trailer

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew is the new VR game coming from Ubisoft, set in the Star Trek Universe. It takes place during the Kelvin Timeline, which the new film series takes place during. The game can be played by yourself or in multiplayer with friends. You can be the bridge crew, be the Captain, First Officer, Helm Officer, etc. Work together to fly the ship safely. Star Trek: Bridge Crew comes out today on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift for $49.99.

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew Seems to have great Multiplayer

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew is a VR game with a nice twist, cooperative multiplayer. Playing with your friends and having to work together to achieve is a goal isn’t a new idea. But the idea in this title is genius, as it has you and other players taking command and operating a star ship. One player is the Captain, making sure everyone does everything they are supposed to do. Another player is the one who flys the ship, and so on. It has online play, and even local play, which they showed at last E3.

I would say this one of the most unique looking multiplayer games I have seen in a long time. Having you work with friends to fly this massive star ship, it just seems like such a fresh idea, but also something I thought of years ago. All I can say is I hope this title turns out well as the Star Trek IP fits this style of game perfectly, it’s VR, and has a unique multiplayer mode. I hope it turns out great.

Star Trek: Bridge Crew VR comes out on May 30th on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift for $49.99.

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