WarCry is reporting that P2 Entertainment, the developer formerly known as Perpetual Entertainment, is no longer working on Star Trek Online. This is the latest chapter in a saga that has included the dissolution and reformation of Perpetual amid rumors that the project would end up being a "casual" game (story) and a lawsuit alleging that fraud had occurred somewhere along the way (story). Attributed to "multiple sources" at P2/Perpetual, this unconfirmed report says the license and "game's content" (presumably art assets) have been transferred to a different Bay-area developer (which is not named), but the game code remains at Perpetual/P2, suggesting this game's eventual release is still a long way off.
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