Ubisoft’s virtual reality take on Star Trek has been pulled from the Steam and Oculus stores. Star Trek: Bridge Crew is a co-op VR game where players work together to maintain the enterprise.james have fun Back in 2017, while it was definitely built for VR headsets, Non-VR version It was finally released.
but if you go to Steam page Now, a notice warns that “At the request of the publisher, Star Trek: Bridge Crew is no longer available on Steam.” Meanwhile, the game is only available for wishlists Oculus Store. As of this writing, there is one way to buy Star Trek: Bridge crew, and that is through Ubisoft Online Store. However, you will need to purchase it through your browser as it is not available on the Ubisoft desktop app.
Often when a game is delisted, the publisher provides an early warning, and sometimes even offers a deep discount, but not in this case. I’ve reached out to Ubisoft for comment about the delisting, but given that it’s a Star Trek game, it’s probably due to an expiring license.
That doesn’t rule out its return, though, and the delisting is likely to be short-lived.A recent example of a temporary delisting is Lego Lord of the Rings game. Activision’s fairly common Deadpool game also has a history of intermittent unavailability.
It would be a real shame if Bridge Crew didn’t return in some form, since it provided a lot of cosplay boxes for longtime Star Trek fans. “During my four-hour session with Star Trek: Bridge Crew, there were no puzzling discoveries or boundless optimism, no kissing (damn!),” James Written in 2017 before the game is released. “There’s a lot of slacking off, weird finger gestures and panic-stricken yelling. We’re not professional space pilots with cool accents and manicured jumpsuits, but Bridge Crew made me want to be a part of it.”