Star Trek Online: Legacy Goes Live Celebrating Ten Years of the MMO

Today, Perfect World Entertainment Inc. and Cryptic Studios announced Star Trek Online: Legacy is live on PC and will be available on console next week to celebrate the game’s 10-year anniversary. To kick off the celebration the studio released a launch trailer for Star Trek Online: Legacy and announced a new two-part episode on the Arc website.

The Measure of Morality episode will feature Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine and Sonequa Martin-Green as Michael Burnham. Players will be sent to Excalbia to take part in a test of Good and Evil that has not been seen since the original series aired.

Along with the new episode comes the chance to earn a new ship, the Khitomer Alliance Battlecruiser. Players can earn credits to get the ship by playing through the new episode or by completing anniversary events including the new To Hell with Honor operation featuring what Cryptic calls “one of the largest enemies we’ve ever created in the game.”

Legacy will also feature the return of the Omega Molecule Stabilization event and a new lockbox. The Borg Lock Box will give players the chance to get a Borg Juggernaut modeled after the ship used by everyone’s favorite Liberated Borg, Hugh. Players can also get new powers including the ability to assimilate enemy ships.

As part of the event, the developers also added The Mycelial Realm Task Force Operation to the regular rotation. This fan-favorite operation is now available to play at any time.

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