Spock to unveil Star Trek Online

Leonard Nimoy mind-melds with Cryptic.  

MMO developer Cryptic has announced that legendary Star Trek actor, film director, singer and poet Leonard Nimoy will be the special guest at its official unveiling of Star Trek Online this weekend.

This Sunday, Nimoy will introduce the first gameplay footage of Star Trek Online at the Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas. The event will take place in the Gene Roddenberry Theater in the Las Vegas Hilton.

There will also be a live webcast of the event.

Cryptic recently confirmed that it had picked up development of Star Trek Online and revealed the first details of the game.

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