Star Trek Online Devs Offer A Small Look At What's In Store For 2020 In Interview
Prior to going on vacation for the holidays, the Star Trek Online team took some time to join the Priority One podcast and talk about the game. The episode features Content Designer John Hegner, Lead Producer Jarrod Fisher, Executive Producer Andre Emerson, and Community Manager Mike Fatum.
For the most part, the interviews focus on everything that happened in 2019, but the developers do offer some insight into what's ahead for the game.
Now that the holidays are over and everyone's getting back into the swing of things, the STO team has shared the podcast episode on the game's official site. The full cast covers a variety of topics, including the Picard series and Tarantino's involvement with Star Trek. For those of you only wanting to hear the dev interviews, they've queued those in separate player embeds.
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