Update: Ubisoft has today advised that the Watson AI is now live within Star Trek: Bridge Crew. For more on Watson’s services, head here. We reviewed Star Trek: Bridge Crew here. Original story (12 May 2017): Star Trek: Bridge Crew will offer starship commanders the

Star Trek: Bridge Crew‘s signature starship, the U.S.S. Aegis, is a thing to behold. Lucky for you, we’ve got a great fly-by of the new vessel so you can check it out. The Aegis was developed by Red Storm Entertainment

MINOR SPOILER WARNING: There are some very minor spoilers below about Star Trek: Bridge Crew. There is nothing detailed about its story on this page, but if you want to know NOTHING (not even how long it is), go back

Red Storm Entertainment isn’t kidding when it calls Star Trek: Bridge Crew social VR. Set in the nuTrek timeline – the one where Chris Pine is Captain Kirk and there’s always an abundance of lens flare – Bridge Crew places

Star Trek: Bridge Crew is described by developer by Red Storm Entertainment as social VR. Designed for four players, it’s best when crew members work together to achieve a common goal. The enjoyment of it comes more from banter with

UploadVR has shared a level of Star Trek: Bridge Crew gameplay, and we have it for you to watch below. You can check out the crew of the Aegis in action below: Despite a motley crew, the Aegis did pretty well, eh?

Star Trek: Bridge Crew has once again been delayed, with publisher Ubisoft telling Trek fans the game will now be released in May. Strangely, the delay has been attributed to the addition of additional content in the form of The Original Series‘ U.S.S.

Ubisoft has today advised that Star Trek: Bridge Crew has been delayed to March next year. “In order to deliver the best game experience possible at launch, we have decided to push the release of Star Trek: Bridge Crew to March

When it comes to sci-fi franchise virtual reality (VR) offerings at Gamescom, I can wholeheartedly assert that Star Trek: Bridge Crew easily kicked Star Wars: Battlefront: Rogue One X-Wing VR Mission’s ass. Not just because of the games’ names, either.

Ubisoft used its E3 press conference to detail Star Trek: Bridge Crew. Check out the game — featuring Star Trek‘s LeVar Burton, Jeri Ryan and Karl Urban — below: We’ve a couple screenshots from the game to share with you: We’ll

The (American) ABC today reports that Ubisoft will detail a Star Trek VR bridge simulator at E3. Called Star Trek: Bridge Crew, and developed by Red Storm Entertainment, the virtual reality game will place you and three friends on the