Star Trek D.A.C Video Game for PC/Mac

D-A-C stands for the three modes of play available in the game: Deathmatch, Assault, and Conquest. The game’s levels will feature different objectives, and each level has been designed to have a completion time of ten minutes. Players will be able to upgrade their ships during play by collecting various power-ups (each faction has 4

D-A-C stands for the three modes of play available in the game: Deathmatch, Assault, and Conquest.

The game’s levels will feature different objectives, and each level has been designed to have a completion time of ten minutes. Players will be able to upgrade their ships during play by collecting various power-ups (each faction has 4 unique special weapons as well)

The game is more arcade-focused with the title being delivered without a narrative. This, as the developer claims[citation needed], is to prevent the biggest mistake that movie tie-in games make which is to have the game follow the plot of the film.

The game has been built to allow downloadable content which is being released as of November 2009, concurrent with the Blu-ray release of the motion picture

One of the in game achievements (Xbox 360) is only attainable by using a secret code. The secret achievement is named “Kobayashi Maru” and makes the ship you’re piloting have stronger weapons and shields. “Kobayashi Maru” is a reference to an unwinnable scenario in the film that Captain Kirk beats only by cheating.

The PC version was pre-optimized to run in stereoscopic 3D on NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision by NVIDIA. DDD and iZ3D pre-optimization was arranged by the S-3D Gaming Alliance.

In addition, PC version has some GPU accelerated PhysX effects.

Sometimes the three-letter abbreviation DAC of Star Trek D·A·C (Deathmatch. Assault. Conquest) is incorrectly referred to as standing for Dynamic Aerospace Command.

Product Features

  • Online multiplayer with up to 12 players in two teams of 6
  • 6 unique levels across 3 game modes
  • A Survival challenge mode (single-player campaign)
  • Cooperative gameplay in which up to 6 players battle against 6 A.I controlled bots
  • The USS Enterprise model from the 2009 film, plus 9 other ships