Star Trek Online: Anthony Rapp to star in the next storyline, 'Awakening'

Platforms: PC | Sony PlayStation 4 | Microsoft Xbox One

Star Trek Discovery's own Anthony Rapp is to take centre stage in the next Star Trek Online installment - Star Trek Online: Awakening. Players will be able to join Lt. Commander Paul Stamets on PC on 10th September, with the update coming to Xbox One and Playstation 4 players at a later date.

Following the epic conclusion to the multi-part saga, Age of Discovery, the free-to-play Star Trek MMORPG will return to its original timeline in the 25th century. When Awakening releases this fall, players will warp to the year 2410, where they will embark on a mission to recover stolen Mycelial technology from J’Ula and the Klingons, with the help of Lt. Commander Paul Stamets in holographic form. Captains can also access Awakening to participate in a series of exciting patrols to repair time rifts, a brand new Task Force Operation and a special Mycelial Event which rewards players with a new T6 Elachi ship for completing missions.

Star Trek Online is headed to Star Trek Las Vegas this weekend! On Friday at 2:00 pm, the developers from Cryptic Studios will host a panel for Age of Discovery, featuring a guest appearance by Rekha Sharma and prizes provided by Tribble Toys. On Sunday at 2:15 pm, the team will reveal a first look at Star Trek Online: Awakening with Elijah from Priority One Podcast and special guest, Anthony Rapp from Star Trek: Discovery. The first 200 attendees will receive a Star Trek Online enamel pin and a chance to win prizes from Eaglemoss and Tribble Toys. Players are also invited to meet the devs at events that take place at the convention throughout the weekend.

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