Classic Star Trek games may be coming to GOG, including Elite Force and Armada

Classic Star Trek games may be coming to GOG, including Elite Force and Armada

A number of classic Star Trek games could soon be getting a re-release on GOG, despite the titles being delisted for many years. The games include such well-regarded names as Elite Force 1 and 2, Armada 1 and 2, and Bridge Commander – from X-Wing and TIE Fighter developer Totally Games.

As spotted by a community member on GameFront, all the Star Trek titles published by Activision have recently undergone a facelift on GOG’s digital client GOG Galaxy. Users can view temporary pages for many games not released on GOG using the Galaxy client, and these are usually very basic with maybe a screenshot in the background at best.

However, the pages for most of Activision’s old Star Trek games have all recently had their game cards updated with proper artwork – complete with brand new CBS copyright watermarks, the company that currently owns Star Trek. According to GameFront, the last time something like this happened was with the recent Tomb Raider games – right before they all got added to the GOG store.

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