Star Trek Fleet Command is a free-to-play strategy game developed and published by Scopely. The game is set in the Star Trek universe and features iconic characters, ships, and locations from the franchise. In this review, we will take a closer look at the game’s features, pros and cons, and provide a conclusion on whether it is worth playing on PC.
Build and customize your own fleet of Star Trek ships
Engage in ship-to-ship battles with various other players
Complete missions and storylines to earn rewards and progress through the game
Collaborate with other players to form alliances and explore the galaxy together
Regular updates with new content and features
Immersive and engaging gameplay in the Star Trek universe with iconic characters, ships, and locations
Customizable ships and strategic gameplay provide personalization and challenge
Collaboration with other players and alliances adds a social aspect to gameplay
Regular updates and new content provide continued interest and engagement
Free-to-play model allows for easy access and entry into the game
Limited variety in mission objectives and gameplay may limit the appeal for some players
Potential for a pay-to-win model with in-game purchases
Some players may experience difficulty in finding matches or players to play with
Steep learning curve and complex gameplay mechanics may be overwhelming for new players
Star Trek Fleet Command is a solid strategy game that provides an immersive and engaging experience in the Star Trek universe. The customizable ships, strategic gameplay, and collaboration with other players and alliances provide personalization and challenge. However, the limited variety in mission objectives and gameplay, potential for a pay-to-win model, and steep learning curve may limit the appeal for some players. Despite these drawbacks, Star Trek Fleet Command is still worth trying for fans of the Star Trek franchise and those interested in a challenging and strategic mobile game experience. However, it should be noted that as of my knowledge cutoff date of September 2021, there was no official PC version of the game available, so players interested in playing on PC may need to use an emulator or wait for an official PC release.