Star Trek Online Subscription Fee And Promotions Unveiled

Posted: Jan 18 2010, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:56pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Fans of MMORPG games and Star Trek probably already known that a new MMORPG game based on the Star Trek universe is set to launch soon. Atari will launch the game officially on February 2nd.

The publisher has announced the monthly fee for the game along with promotions for lifetime access to the game and more. During the promotion period, the lifetime subscription will sell for $239. For that amount, the player will get two extra character slots and a playable Starfleet captain who was reclaimed from the Borg.

The standard lifetime subscription price is $299. A year subscription will sell for $119.99 and gives the two extra character slots as well. The year membership will not be offered after February 2nd. The standard monthly rate for the game is $14.99.

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