P2 Out As Star Trek Online Developer

P2 Entertainment - formerly Perpetual Entertainment - has ceased development on Star Trek Online, according to multiple sources at the San Francisco based developer. The news does not, however, mean that the game is canceled. The license, as well as the game's content - but not the code - have been transferred to another Bay Area development studio where work will continue. It is not entirely clear at this time what this means for the individual developers who worked on the project at P2.

As a company, P2 Entertainment will continue on with their profitable Perpetual Platform, which has been licensed to industry leaders like BioWare, and refocus their core business on the casual games market. Without the code, whoever takes over Star Trek Online will be faced with a lot of work to complete the project, which means that fans may have longer to wait for a completed Star Trek Online.

Screenshot: Star Trek Online
News source: WarCry

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Dam this is a shame, I hope someone picks this up soon. The screens looked a bit rubbish but im sure the gameplay would be ace.

minkcar said,
Dam this is a shame, I hope someone picks this up soon. The screens looked a bit rubbish but im sure the gameplay would be ace.

you have much faith...much.

lol this is good (I hope) after the screens we all saw and hated...

sigh I have a bad feeling about this game.