‘Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova’ Game Coming In October – Watch Announcement Trailer

After being teased at Star Trek: Mission Chicago today details were revealed for the first video game tied to Star Trek: Prodigy. We have all that and the launch trailer.

Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova

Today Outright Games, which specializes in family-friendly video games, revealed a number of upcoming titles including Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova. Outright and Paramount have partnered with award-winning developer Tessera Studio to develop the action-adventure game which arrives on October 14th on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox X|S, Steam and Stadia. And Supernova includes the voice talent from the entire Prodigy cast, including Kate Mulgrew.

Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games, said in a statement: “We are absolutely thrilled to work again with Paramount Consumer Products and Nickelodeon as the publisher that will bring this game to the Next Generation of Star Trek fans. Having the opportunity to work with an IP as iconic as Star Trek is a massive privilege, especially considering the glowing reception the Star Trek: Prodigy series has received. We’re sure that Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova will give young players a great first taste of the expansive Star Trek universe, and older fans will enjoy exploring this latest interactive installment of the franchise.”

Screenshot from Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova

Launch Trailer

The story

Here is the synopsis:

After the Protostar picks up strange readings from a dying star, Dal R’El and Gwyndala must race against time to save their friends, their ship, new alien species and an entire planetary system before a supernova destroys them all!

Using their unique skills to overcome ingenious puzzles, endure hostile environments and battle deadly robot armies, Dal and Gwyn must save their captured crewmates Jankom Pog, Rok-Tahk, Zero and Murf. But they soon discover a deadly new enemy, one that will stop at nothing to destroy the Protostar and change the very course of history!

Combat in Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova


Players can choose to play as either Dal or Gwyn solo or in 2-player cooperative mode as they try to rescue their scattered crew. Dal and Gwyn have their own unique abilities and weapons.

Combat in Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova

Through the game you will explore the alien worlds of Orisi, Mirios and Taresse, each with its own hostile environments, puzzles, challenges and mysteries. Players will make first contact with a new alien species, learn about their history and discover their secrets.

Jumping puzzle in Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova

Through the game players can collect iconic trinkets from the Star Trek universe and use them to customize the Protostar.

The Protostar in Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova

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Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova arrives October 14 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox X|S, Steam and Stadia priced at $39.99 in the USA (£34.99 in the UK, and €39.99 in Europe).

Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova box art

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We’ll definitely want to check this out in October.

We’re giving UbiSoft’s Bridge Crew a try at the moment.

uhg, again, why do we get poor star trek games? the graphics look like ps2.

i agree, this game is almost laughable. In terms of both gameplay and graphics, it looks like something i would’ve expected to see on 3DS seven years ago.

I’ll probably still buy it anyways tho, just ‘cuz it’s trek. but i don’t expect it to be good lol

I’ll be looking forward to seeing reviews on this, would really like to have a good Trek game for my Switch. Hopefully not ‘too’ juvenile.

I would imagine that it is about as juvenile as the show is.

Perhaps even more.

I think if it’s like 25th anniversary where it has puzzles and exploration on the planet with a good story and some starship combat to mix things up, will be a good game. If it is just a top down shooter well, I don’t think it will compete with Minecraft Dungeons.

I feel harsh judging the game given the show its based on and its intended audience. I just feel like it might fall through the cracks where the market is concerned. Good move putting it out on Switch though.

I’m still very much looking forward to ST: Resurgence, although it’s all gone quiet on that front in recent months. Resurgence looks like a step in the right direction, but there’s a still a long way to go to get back to the golden era of Trek gaming. I can only hope SNW does so well that it allows for a big budget Trek game to be developed somewhere along the way.

Star Wars definitely wins between the two franchises when it comes to gaming currently. Although, to be fair, it’s a lot easier to translate into a game, with all that pew pew-ing etc.

Good point about Resurgence.

We’d been looking to see if a release date was confirmed for PC gaming and realized that there’s been radio silence.

It was originally supposed to be a Spring release, but I guess we’re passed that now. Would they release two Trek games within the same Fall release window? Seems unlikely. Hopefully we hear something soon though.

where is Resurgence?! i hope this doesn’t come out before STR….ugh i don’t want a fisher price star trek game