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Monday, 17 March 2008 19:33

New rumors on Star Trek Online

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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Cryptic Studios to develop the game?


After
Perpetual Entertainment gave up on developing this game project, rumors that Cryptic Studios (City of Heroes) will continue this project started circling. Even though these rumors are out there for months now, there is no official confirmation made by Cryptic.

Trekmovie.com claims that they have information from reliable sources that Star Trek Online is already in the hands of Cryptic studio.

On the official game site, words “coming soon" are written again, and in some way that is the confirmation of these rumors. However, Cryptic is not yet giving any official information on this. It is possible that they will wait to develop something they can present to the public. 
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