Star Trek Online will celebrate its second birthday with a four-day special event.
Star Trek Online has finally gone free-to-play, but the game still incorporates a subscription fee for users interested in perks.
Executive producer Stephen D'Angelo states his goals for the Star Trek MMO over the next few months.
Dan Stahl, the executive producer of Star Trek Online who left Cryptic Studios earlier in the year, has returned to lead a team working on the user-generated content tools known as the Foundry.
Bigpoint, the publisher behind Battlestar Galactica Online, has shown interest in rescuing the browser-based MMO Star Trek: Infinite Space from closing.
Star Trek Online will be going free-to-play on January 17, 2012.
Star Trek: Infinite Space, the free-to-play MMO currently being developed by Gameforge, is at risk after the firm announced it has plans to restructure.
Cryptic executive producer Dan Stahl has left work on the MMO Star Trek Online, it has been announced.
With the recent announcement that MMO Star Trek Online would be going free-to-play, Cryptic Studios' Dan Stahl has stated the new model will introduce more content that will help Klingon players to be "on par" with Federation players.
Perfect World Entertainment has announced plans to turn Star Trek Online into a free-to-play MMO by the end of the year.
New in-game content for the MMO Star Trek Online is on its way, according to the game's executive producer Dan Stahl.