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Star Trek: Bridge Crew warps to The Next Generation

Star Trek: Bridge Crew warps to The Next Generation

Richard Ashmore

Borg, Romulans, androids and more coming in Bridge Crew TNG DLC

Ubisoft and Red Storm Entertainment’s Star Trek bridge simulation will receive a major update later this month that adds Star Trek: The Next Generation-themed content, like the the Enterprise (NCC-1701D), to the game.

The aptly titled Star Trek: Bridge Crew — The Next Generation DLC will let TNG fans command the bridge of the NCC-1701D, and battle the Borg and the Romulans, two new species for Bridge Crew.Players will also be able to make Starfleet avatars predicated on Soong-type androids, à la Lieutenant Commander Data and Lore.

Star Trek: Bridge Crew designer Hunter Janes broke down the long list of new additions on the PlayStation Blog:

We added the Enterprise (NCC-1701D) bridge and rebalanced our game to allow for its new capabilities, we replaced the engineering position with a fresh role called “Operations” on the 1701D bridge (it’s now my own favorite position) which targets crew management and maximizing ship buffs, we’ve added Romulans, we’ve put in the Borg, created TNG-era uniforms, gave players the capacity to make their avatars Soong-type androids, put in new shield modulation and precision phaser fire mechanics, took a move through our play spaces so that more solar systems is going to be utilized by Ongoing Voyages (our randomized Starfleet mission generator), and added two new Ongoing Voyages (“Resistance” and “Patrol”) detailed with new voice work and unique mission mechanics. Oh, and we also threw in certain fan favorites such as a fully functional Planet Killer, detailed with deadly anti-proton beam.

Janes explained that the brand new Borg mission, “Resistance,” will draw elements from roguelike games for a proper level of challenge. Players should travel through space and “retrieve scattered anti-Borg prototypes to fight off a Borg Cube that’s happily assimilating and slaughtering everything in its path.”

“As you go along, crews are confronted with randomly presented challenges that have to be completed with the data that every second spent brings the Borg Cube ever closer,” Janes said. “Warping to some other solar system will buy you time, and each prototype successfully collected will offer you a fresh tool for fighting the Borg…but everytime you face the Cube, it’s adapted to your tactics and becomes ever more powerful. And the Cube gets very mean, very quickly.”

Star Trek: Bridge Crew players will obtain access to that content on May 22, once the add-on is released for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. The DLC can come to HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality devices on July 21.

Ubisoft released Star Trek: Bridge Crew in May 2017.Originally, the cooperative Star Trek game was exclusive to virtual reality platforms and was emerge the lore predicated on J.J. Abrams’2009 franchise reboot, Star Trek.Players could pilot the U.S.S. Aegis in addition to the U.S.S. Enterprise based on the original series. Red Storm later updated the game to remove Bridge Crew’s VR requirement.

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