In Star Trek Online, the Star Trek universe appears for the first time on a truly massive scale. Players take the captain's chair as they command their own starship and crew. Explore strange new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations, and boldly go where no one has gone before.
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11 de junio

Star Trek Online: Steam Packs 20-40% Off!

We're pleased to announce that with the Steam Summer Sale from now until 10AM PDT on Monday, June 22nd, 2015, we are having a major sale on all of our Steam Packs! Now is the perfect opportunity to get your packs while they're discounted from up to 40% off.


Launch into the Delta Quadrant equipped with state-of-the-art gear! Retrace Voyager's legendary path with a variety of ships such as the Phantom Intel Escort or the Dauntless Experimental Science Vessel. This pack comes loaded up with nine ships, numerous officers, and a variety of content to tackle the Delta Quadrant with ease.


In the aftermath of the destruction of Romulus and Remus, rise up and fight the Tal Shiar! This pack comes with everything a Romulan could want with nine Warbird ships as well as the premium Reman species-unlock.


Steam-powered captains, we have the pack for you! This bundle contains all you need to start battling the Klingon Empire, including two Starfleet Steamrunner starships -- a Tier 1 ship for the start of your career, and a Tier 5 ship for when you reach Vice Admiral.


Join the fight to secure the Romulan Republic with the Romulan Starter Pack. Rise from the ranks of a Centurion to defend the Republic and your people with this starter pack!

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22 de abril

Season 10: The Iconian War Now Live

Five years of chasing the Iconians' shadows and fighting their minions, all leading up to this moment! With the launch of Season 10: The Iconian War, the Iconians' Heralds begin their invasion, with an occupation force already burning Qo'noS to the ground. Join the front lines and log in today!


The Iconian War is here, and it’s time to see if the alliance is up to the task of repelling the Iconian Invasion. The Iconian War will begin in two episodes that release with Season 10, featuring the voice talents of Star Trek: Voyager actors Robert Duncan McNeil as Tom Paris and Lisa LiCicero as Miral Paris. You will be engaging the Iconians in three queues. The first two represent two fronts of the same battle for Qo'noS, where you will face the fearsome Iconian Heralds in space and ground combat. In the third queue, you will assault a Herald Sphere, a gateway control hub for Herald ships, and attempt to prevent the invasion of other worlds in our galaxy. This war will span months and require teamwork and sacrifice from the entire alliance. What you’re going to see this season is only the beginning.

We've also expanded the Pilot Specialization, giving it a full suite of abilities for hotshot Captains. Finally, we've completely overhauled our existing sector space, converting from 18 sector maps into 3 quadrant maps, improving the feeling of being in the vastness of space.

Learn more about Season 10 in this blog post. Log in today, Captains - you're needed on the front lines!

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With the launch of Season 10, the war for the galaxy has begun! The ancient Iconians have stepped out of the shadows and begun their invasion; already, the Federation, Klingon Defense Force, and Romulan Republic are under attack. Face the Iconians' Heralds in three new queues and two new episodes. The sector map has also been reworked, and the Pilot specialization has been remastered for hotshot captains.

Learn more about Season 10!


This is it. More than five years of build-up, two expansions of fighting their minions, the building of an alliance that spans most of the galaxy, and endless story threads leading up to this moment. The Iconian War is here, and it’s time to see if the alliance is up to the task of repelling the Iconian Invasion. The Iconian War will begin in two episodes that release with Season 10, featuring the voice talents of Robert Duncan McNeil as Tom Paris and Lisa LiCicero as Miral Paris. You will be engaging the Iconians in three queues. The first two represent two fronts of the same battle for Qo'noS, where you will face the fearsome Iconian Heralds in space and ground combat. In the third queue, you will assault a Herald Sphere, a gateway control hub for Herald ships, and attempt to prevent the invasion of other worlds in our galaxy. This war will span months and require teamwork and sacrifice from the entire alliance. What you’re going to see this season is only the beginning.

In addition to the amazing story content we’ll be providing the equipment to fight the Iconians through the Iconian Resistance reputation, which features gear tailor-made to fight the Iconian Heralds. We’ve completed the Pilot Specialization, giving it a full suite of abilities that put it on par with Intelligence and Command. Along with this update, we’re also giving you the ability to slot a primary specialization in a secondary slot and vice versa, giving you even more flexibility to choose your role.

Last but certainly not least, we’ve completely overhauled our existing sector space. Our original sector space has been converted from 18 sector maps into 3 quadrant maps. On top of tearing down those walls and eliminating all of those map transfers, the scale of sector space has been adjusted to improve the feeling of being in the vastness of space. This is a momentous change for the game, and to celebrate it we’re going to be giving out a few party favors if you login during the first week of Season 10. During our first year we released some items that we’re bringing back for the first time ever to commemorate the day the sector walls fell. Everyone that logs in during the first week will have free access to the following items in the C-Store: Shaka When the Walls Fell emote, The Badge of Temba, The Medal of Tenagra, and the titles Tamarian Envoy and Hero of Tenagra.

This is stacking up to be an excellent season and I’m looking forward to seeing you all in game!

Stephen Ricossa
Executive Producer
Star Trek Online

Acerca de este juego

En Star Trek Online, el universo de Star Trek aparecerá por primera vez en una escala verdaderamente abrumadora. Los jugadores ocuparán la silla del capitán y dirigirán su propia nave estelar y a su tripulación. Explora extraños mundos nuevos, busca nuevas formas de vida y civilizaciones y aventúrate a donde nadie ha llegado jamás en este universo online en constante expansión.

Características Principales:

  • Free to Play - Juega a un MMO triple A sin coste alguno. ¡Juega desde el nivel 1 hasta el 50 de forma gratuita! No hay pago inicial ni suscripción obligatoria. Disfruta de Star Trek como quieras y cuando quieras.
  • Forma parte de Star Trek - En Star Trek Online, el universo de Star Trek aparecerá por primera vez en una escala verdaderamente abrumadora. Visita lugares emblemáticos de la ficción popular de Star Trek, llega a sistemas solares inexplorados y contacta con nuevas especies alienígenas. Con las Episode Missions, cada minuto que pases jugando a Star Trek Online será como un nuevo capítulo de Star Trek.
  • Aventura en la Frontera Final - Explora nuevos y extraños mundos, busca nuevas formas de vida y civilizaciones en un vasto universo en expansión. Establece contacto con nuevas razas, descubre recursos y desvela los misterios que influirán en el futuro de Star Trek.
  • Tú eres el Capitán - Viaja a los confines del espacio, a través de planetas exóticos e incluso ¡dentro de naves espaciales! Forma parte de épicas batallas espaciales y lidera a tu equipo por mundos desconocidos, interactuando con tus aliados y luchando con tus enemigos.
  • Oficiales de Servicio - Administra a los héroes olvidados de una nave estelar y delega las tareas. Recoge e intercambia oficiales con otros capitanes para formar una tripulación legendaria. ¡Obtén recompensas especiales, reconocimientos e incluso sube de rango!
  • Personalización Total - Usando la tecnología Total Customization de Cryptic, toda nave que comandes puede ser personalizada por ti, desde su color hasta su diseño. Es más, cualquiera puede crear sus propias especies alienígenas en Star Trek Online. ¡Deja tu huella en el universo Star Trek!
  • Forja tus propios mundos extraños - Con The Foundry, los jugadores pueden crear y construir nuevas misiones e historias para compartir con los amigos y con toda la comunidad de Star Trek Online. Utiliza las herramientas especializadas para crear misiones en el espacio o en tierra. ¡Crea misiones personalizadas o lleva tu creatividad a un nuevo nivel diseñando episodios completos partiendo de cero!
¡Únete a nosotros en Star Trek Online y aventúrate a llegar donde nadie ha llegado antes!

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • SO: Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 Ghz o AMD Athlon X2
      +3800
    • Memoria: 1GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: NVIDIA GeForce 7800 / ATI Radeon X1800 /
      Intel HD Graphics
    • DirectX®: Version 9.0c o Superior
    • Disco Duro: 10GB de espacio libres
    • Red: Conexión de banda ancha requerida
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.7.5 or later
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core Xeon 3.0 GHz / Intel Core i Series 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4GB+
    • Graphics: Intel HD3000 / Nvidia 9600M / AMD HD2600 with 256MB+ VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 10GB Free Disk Space
    • Network: Broadband Internet Connection Required
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Para fans de Startrek y para amantes del morpg.
Uno de los mmos mas completos que he jugado, puedes encontrar cada objeto , nave , planeta o personaje de la saga e interactuar con ellos, con los tiempos que corren es muy buen mmo, diferente y entretenido RECOMENDADO!

9/10
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Me parece un buen juego, además de adictivo...
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Where to begin?

This game was my home for 5 years. I loved it and even when cryptic tried to run it into the ground, they always seemed to fix it at the last moment and restore my faith.


not anymore. PWE has shown they are a greedy little asian company that only cares about fisting this game up the pooper and destroying the vision of star trek for cheap cash grabs and pay to get ahead. ruining players favorite ships everywhere in favor of pay to win ships...and turning a casual fun game into yet another mindless grind.


As a long time Trekkie


I am crushed, heartbroken and devestated to see this game being treated like ♥♥♥♥ by ♥♥♥♥ head companies.

I will hold faith that one day someone will restore this game to glory.
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Do not recommend this game. I am a lifelong Star Trek fan, and I even was a Star Trek online fan for quite a long time, but Perfect World killed this game. It is but a shell of what it used to be. They want money for every little thing. People will argue against this point, saying you can convert dilithium to zen and what not so no need to spend real money... DO NOT BE FOOLED. It is a deception. If you were to go the dilithium to zen way to purchase new ships and stuff IT WILL TAKE YOUR ENTIRE LIFETIME. It's capped at 8000 Dilithium per day, you would have to spend every moment playing grinding toward your goal accross multiple characters to get what you desire.
The Delta rising expansion made the game so much worse than my above description even. Ships you already bought and paid for, now require expensive money bought items to be upgraded to be kept up with the new level cap increase. They decieve you by saying these upgrades are optional and not neccesary to play, but it is a lie. You will be a scrub without these upgrades. No one will want you on their team in any serious content if you run around without a properly upgraded ship.

All in all the only good part of this game is the roleplaying aspect in it. Character creation is pretty immersive. Biographies are possible, plenty of social map and an active community. That is the ONLY reason anyone should play but the game itself? It's horrible.
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I wish there was a middle-of-the-road option where I could recommend this game under certain circumstances. But since there isn't one, I feel like the most honest thing I can do is not to.

I have a few hundred hours invested in this game, which I started to play in 2014. Since then I've gotten my main character to 60, and created a few alts that are on their way there as well. I've pretty much exhausted all there is to do in my main, and finally feel like I can do this justice with a review.

So is this a bad game? I am inclined to say no. However, there are many negative things that will hold the experience back for you. The thing is that, mostly, they are not enough to stop you from playing once you've tried it and if you've liked it for what it is. But after a while, dissapointment might start to catch up with you nonetheless.

STO is a bittersweet experience. I feel that most of the time, for every three good things this game has, there is also one bad thing to go along.

Pros:

-The episodes are really good. This game has an interesting story that kept me going from beginning to end to see what happens.
-Space combat is not the most deep out there, but its satisfying and fun. Yes it's brainless and a spacebar smasher, but enjoyable.
-It feels like a true Star Trek experience, despite some questionable things lore-wise.
-Missions are repetitive, yeah, but more often than not many of them can be quite creative and entertaining.
-There is a lot of room for roleplaying if you're into that sort of thing.
-A good amount of content that will keep you busy for a few hundred hours.
-The foundry allows for some welcome creativity and what I consider the most meaningful player run aspect of the game. It helps keep things fresh and going when you are out of episodes from the game's main storyline.
-Getting in-game currency is not as painful as in other games, and the Exchange (a.k.a auction house) is great for fattening up your wallet.
-There is a sizeable amount of voice acting (many of it from actors of the actual Trek shows) to help immersion.
-You can customize your character appearance anytime you want, and as many times as you'd like.
-The fleet (a.k.a guilds) system is good and has a lot of things going for it, from your own fleet starbase to many other cool things you can add and customize in it.
-There is a decent amount of fan service and the tie ins between the tv shows and the game can be clever from time to time.
-There are nice events that let you have neat things, as well as giveaways for the same purpose.
-The game is regularly updated with content.

Cons:

-The game is designed to extract money from you. What I hate is that half of how it's done seems appropiate to me. The game seduces you to buy uniforms and packs from your favorite shows. If the milking would have stopped there, It would have been fine. But nope, the game asks you to pay up for the best ships of the game, or grind dilithium for around 2 months just to get one of the tier 6 ships (currently the best ones). And then theres the whole "pay here for xp boosts, pay here to unlock more inventory slots, more character slots, and this and that, and etc." which isn't as annoying as how it was on SWTOR, but still pretty out there.
-Ground combat is terrible. At first, I accepted it for what it was, but after hundreds of hours invested here I have come to grips with reality and had to admit the truth: it is just horrible. Shallow, thin, counterintuitive, buggy, and just an overall mess. The AI of your companions gets the job done, but it is barebones basic. And enemy AI is just laughable. Patrols can be so bugged up, their walk will jitter and flicker around like a bad LSD trip.
-The game feels like a singleplayer game that was slapped the MMO label because of some online components. There isn't really any need to group for questing and exploring, and end-game content is sort of shallow to even bother and fully experience it, so that pretty much erases any meaningful purpose to grouping.
-Fleet actions (a.k.a. dungeons) are ok when they are space based but horrible when ground based. And even in space they can be boring, tedious and repetitive: fight waves of guys, protect some AI ships, and a small twist here and there depending on the particular one you're doing. There are different difficulties in which you can complete these, but considering you pretty much blow through everything with standard solo gear, the need to come together to get the best pieces seems like an aftertought. Don't expect endgame organized raiding here.
-The community is just dreadful. The chat on Earth Space Dock really brings out the worst in humanity. I've actually created a special tab in the chat window that filters it out for whenever I visit. Players are not helpful, and every channel feels full of slander and insufferable banter. In groups, it's the norm to roll need on everything, even if you dont really need the gear at all.
-This game is not noob friendly. The UI design is not entirely convoluted, but it can take a while to figure out. The map is a mess that will make your head spin the first time around. It is a labyrinthine disaster that will not be kind to a new player at all. Hell, I'm 60 and I still get confused looking at it.
-The exploration factor is virtually unexistant, except for some random missions you can pickup when flying near some planets.
-There is a lot of grinding, particularly with reputation, dilithium, stuff for the fleet, credits and many other currencies.
-Bugs. Bugs, bugs, bugs, bugs. Little bugs, medium bugs, large bugs, game breaking bugs. Bugs everywhere. Sometimes they get patched. Sometimes they don't. Developers are not as terrible as people often say, but they sure slack when it comes to patching for fixing errors. Not to add content, though; they can profit from that.

And despite having much more negative things to say about the game than positive and overall not recommending it, I feel obligated to answer the following question: is there any circumstance in which you would recommend the game? Surprisingly, yes.

If you are a hardcore fan of Star Trek and videogames, and you are willing to depart from some money then this is for you. Or perhaps if you are one of those fellows that do not mind to grind for months. If you like roleplaying, this game can be hours of fun as well if you find the right fleet.

If you're looking for a deep MMO with complex mechanics, don't bother downloading this. If you're not willing to open up the ol' wallet or grind your way through all the stuff you need, then keep browsing for something else as well.

What keeps this game alive and running with faithful players that follow it, is that despite all the bad, it is fun. A lot of fun actually. Many of us stick around waiting for a miracle that might never come: for Cryptic to revamp the areas that need it, and to patch the game so it can be rid of the problems it has. Perhaps a bigger developing team, and a more humane cash shop.
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