Paramount Digital Entertainmen t , Bad Robot Interactive , CBS and Naked Sky Entertainment today announced that the newly-updated Star Trek®: D-A-C video game is now available for download on PlayStation®Network and Windows PC via Valve’s Steam TM digital distribution platform. The updated content for Star Trek: D-A-C will soon also be available via Xbox LIVE® Arcade, with players that previously purchased the game receiving the additional content for free.
Launching in conjunction with the Blu-ray Disc and DVD release of the blockbuster“Star Trek” movie from Paramount Pictures on November 17, Star Trek: D-A-C is a fast-paced, top-down space shooter where up to twelve players can compete in inter-galactic battles between Starfleet and the Romulan Empire. Since its maiden voyage on Xbox LIVE® Arcade in May, Star Trek: D-A-C has been expanded with two additional ship classes, a single player game mode, several new pick-ups, a new map for Assault Mode, enhanced gameplay features and more.
Star Trek: D-A-C features NVIDIA 3D Vision compatibility, allowing equipped PC players to engage in intense stereoscopic 3D battles. Planets, ships, space stations, meteors and asteroids jump off the screen in 3D for an immersive deep space flight experience. Players with an NVIDIA GeForce GPU in their PC can experience dynamic NVIDIA PhysX effects including blazing explosions and reactive debris.
Star Trek: D-A-C supports online multiplayer, online co-op and single player gameplay. There are four different game types– Survival, Team Deathmatch, Conquest and Assault. In the all-new single-player Survival Mode, Starfleet captains have only three lives to blast through waves of enemy ships. When destroyed, enemy ships and drones drop special ability and score pick-ups, and players are challenged to grab as many as they can before their lives run out. Top scores will move players to the top of the leader boards and Starfleet ranks . In Team Deathmatch, teams go head-to-head, clashing in a winner-takes-all fight to the finish. In Conquest, teams must simultaneously protect and conquer control points in space. In Assault, teams take turns trying to dominate or defend a sector of space.
In Star Trek: D-A-C, players choose from five ship types for both the Romulans and the Federation - the all-new Missile Cruiser, all-new Support Frigate, Bomber, Fighter and Flagship - with each ship offering unique capabilities for players to master and manipulate from the Captain’s chair. The Missile Cruiser is a heavy artillery ship that features a longer range than any other ship in the game, but is vulnerable to close range attacks due to a low rate of fire and slower flight speed. The Support Frigate allows players to heal friendly ships and easily target escape pods. The nimble Bomber speeds in and out of battles, dropping bombs in its wake. The Fighter attacks ships head-on, blasting missiles and dodging attacks. The durable Flagship allows players to target enemies with a reticule and inflict damage with an auto-firing phaser that attacks nearby enemies. The Starfleet Flagship is the U.S.S. Enterprise™ featured in the“Star Trek” film.
New gameplay updates in Star Trek: D-A-C include variable AI difficulty settings, customizable goals that allow players to set game time limits and number of kills needed to win, improved mechanics for capturing control points in Conquest games, and host migration, which will allow games to continue even if the host player disconnects. Star Trek: D-A-C also incorporates music and signature sounds taken directly from the“Star Trek” film.
Star Trek: D-A-C can now be downloaded for $9.99 from Steam here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/4320.
Star Trek: D-A-C can now be purchased for PlayStationNetwork for $9.99 here: http://us.playstation.com/PS3/Games/STAR_TREK_D_A_C.
Star Trek: D-A-C will soon be available for download for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE Arcade. Star Trek: D-A-C is rated“E” by the ESRB.