Dramatic Labs announces Star Trek: Resurgence at the Game Awards. The story game was created by a studio founded by former employees of the already closed Telltale Games and then relaunched.
Star Trek: Resurgence takes place in the year 2380, shortly after the events of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The game will be released in Spring 2022 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, and on PC via the Epic Games Store. Dramatic Labs asserts that the game is entirely single-player “without microtransactions, DLC, or other revenue models.”
In the interactive and narrative game, players embody two characters, first officer Jara Raidick and engineering crew Carter Diaz. Working aboard the USS Resolut, both characters reveal little by little a mystery about two alien civilizations on the brink of war. The first trailer also reveals the return of iconic Leonard Nimoy character Spock. American actor Died in 2015 to the effects of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The developer, Dramatic Labs, is made up of several former Telltale Games employees, not to be confused with them AdHoc Studios Which also includes former Telltale employees. Kevin Brunner has led the studio since its “secret” inception in early 2020. Brunner is the founder of Telltale Games and then CEO of the company. He takes the same job at Dramatic Labs. Also the main writer and creative director, From cinematic director and the Executive Producer From Telltale working on Star Trek: Resurgence.
Telltale Games has been in the news regularly in recent years, in part because laying off a large part of the staff. Less than a year later, the game studio had to get behind story games like The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Batman: The Telltale Series, and The Wolf Among Us. shut the doors. A little less than a year later, LCG Entertainment acquired the rights to the studio, leaving Telltale without many of its original developers Can make a fresh start.
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