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Gameforge Cancels Upcoming Title

Develop is reporting that Gameforge has announced the cancellation of Star Trek: Infinite Space. According to Gameforge, the title did not gain enough traction with publishing and marketing forces.

Beta On Hold

A new press release has been revealed by Star Trek: Infinite Space developer GameForge. In addition, a post has cropped up on the ST:IS site indicating that the beta plans for the game are now "paused" and that GameForge will be "exploring co-publishing partnerships".

Gameforge Struggling, Lays off 100

Gameforge has reportedly restructured and has laid off one hundred of its four hundred plus employees. According to CEO Alexander Roesner, the move will "optimise our use of resources and great potential for further growth increase".

Boldly Going Somewhere Awesome

Star Trek: Infinite Space, set in the Deep Space Nine universe, is a game that has kindled hope in fans of the Star Trek property. MMORPG.com's Christina Gonzalez had the opportunity to check out ST:IS and has a preview report that will fan that tiny flame into a much larger one. Read on, Trekkies!

In-Game Battle Footage Trailers Released

Gameforge has released a pair of in-game videos featuring battle sequences from Star Trek: Infinite Space. The trailers were released at Gamescom 2011.

Sign On for Bonuses

GameForge has launched a new website dedicated to its upcoming free to play title, Star Trek Infinite Space. Potential players are invited to swing by the site to sign up for the beta and are able to set aside a character name, get premium beta access and an in-game item when STIS goes live.

E3 2011: Star Trek: Infinite Space

Gamigo recently announced a licensing agreement with television network CBS to bring games based on the Star Trek universe to browsers worldwide. During the 2011 E3 convention, MMORPG.com columnist Carolyn Koh had the opportunity to check out Star Trek: Infinite Space. See what she has to say about the Deep Space Nine-based title. Let us know your thoughts when you're finished.