Star Trek: Infinite Space Summary
Gameforge has cancelled Star Trek: Infinite Space after the developer failed to find publisher support for the free-to-play title.
Last month, Gameforge laid off 100 of its staff, which was 20% of its workforce. This put many of its games in indefinite hiatus, including the browser-based, free-to-play MMO Star Trek: Infinite Space.
However, Battlestar Galactica Online publisher Bigpoint has shown interest in Infinite Space and may rescue the title. Reports indicate that CEO Heiko Hubertz may co-publish the MMO. However, the negotiations are apparently in the early stages.
One of the more intriguing games that was shown off at E3 2011 was Gameforge's free-to-play, browser-based MMO Star Trek: Infinite Space. Unlike Star Trek Online, Infinite Space promises to give the full Star Trek experience, focusing as much on the diplomatic and social aspects of the series as much as the combat.
Gameforge has just announced that the MMO, which is currently in a closed beta, will be launched this Fall.