When you take the helm (or any of the other officer stations) on a Federation vessel in Star Trek: Bridge Crew, you’ll have a willing crew ready to join you in your voyages.
Star Trek: Bridge Crew challenges four players to work together to pilot a Federation starship through dangerous missions, but until now, it's only been playable through VR hardware.
You've probably heard of IBM's Watson, the cognitive, question-answering computer that's been busy beating Jeopardy! champions, editing movie trailers, collaborating on art and music, and making great strides in customer service and healthcare.
When Star Trek: Bridge Crew arrives on VR platforms, it'll present players with the opportunity to explore the Star Trek universe from the simulated bridge of a Federation starship, in virtual reality.
Ubisoft's foray into virtual reality started with the release of the critically acclaimed Eagle Flight in which you take to the skies as an eagle flying over a version of Paris abandoned by humanity, but reclaimed by nature and wildlife.
Have you ever wanted to sit in the captain's chair of a Federation starship?