In the game, up to four players control the U.S.S. Galileo, the most-advanced stellar research vessel, and join the U.S.S. Enterprise on a routine mission in the Klingon Neutral Zone. During the mission, they must rescue the Enterprise from space debris and evil Klingons.
Although the basic storyline remains the same, the game includes several different endings and other elements to create a unique experience for each team of players. These include subtle differences in gameplay, randomized player characters, and dialogue that responds to players’ performance. You might even get to catch a random redshirt death just like in the show.
“Players get a perspective of the Star Trek universe in a different way than they have experienced before — coming face to face with the Enterprise in all its beauty and splendor,” Chanel Summers, VRstudios’ VP of creative development, says in a statement. “Working together with Strange Reptile on this title has enabled us both to use our complementary strengths to delight players with this unique Star Trek adventure. We have combined all the well-established frameworks of Star Trek with some all-new story elements and characters, while also delivering multiple different endings to keep players coming back for more!”
This is Dave & Buster’s third time working with VRstudios on its virtual reality simulators. Several of the chain’s locations also have Dragonfrost VR and Jurassic World VR Expedition, which launched in June last year.