STO Update: New Exec Producer Stahl Interview + New S2 Screenshot + New C-Store Items + more July 6, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Star Trek Online , trackback
Last week the big news in the Star Trek Online world was all about executive producer Craig Zinkievich stepping down. This week there is a new video interview with the new executive producer, Daniel Stahl who reassures gamers about the future of STO and also gives some hints as to what is to come. There are also new C Store items and a new screenshot for next week’s Season 2 release. We also share the latest trailer for the upcoming Star Wars MMO.
Interview with new STO Exec Producer Daniel Stahl – talks additional playable factions
The latest STOked podcast talks to STO’s newly promoted executive producer Daniel Stahl who addresses concerns about turnover at Cryptic and gives some updates on the upcoming Season 2 release, including the introduction of a new race. One of the interesting bits of news is that the Cryptic team are focused on increasing the content for the Klingon faction, including PvE (player vs. environment), and this focus on the Klingons means that additional factions like the Romulans is farther down the road.
New Season 2 screenshot
Shows off one of the new ship interiors coming up in Season 2: Ancient Enemies (schedule to be released next week).
New C Store Items – Including 3 Nacelle Galaxy Class Ship
Cryptic have added three new items to buy at the C Store: Playable Federation Rigelians, Klingon Ship Interiors, and a Galaxy Class Dreadnaught (as seen in "All Good Things").
Competition Watch: Star Wars: The Old Republic Multiplayer Trailer
Recently TrekMovie took a look at the upcoming competion for Star Trek Online, the most impressive of which is "Star Wars: The Old Republic". Here is a look at a new trailer showing off the multiplayer aspects of the game.
If you want to give Star Trek Online a go without buying it, you can play a demo of the game for an unlimited amount of time (with some restrictions) and includes the “Stranded in Space” mission. More info and demo download at startrekonline.com/demo
If you want to get into the 25th century and play Star Trek Online it is available at Amazon discounted currently for less than $27 (or $50 for the collectors edition), and that includes a one month subscription.