Jeri Ryan and Sonequa Martin-Green headline Star Trek Online’s Legacy Update and new episode

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Yesterday’s leaks about a new Star Trek Online episode starring some big-name franchise stars have now been proven true, as today PWE and Cryptic announced the long-running MMO will be graced with the voices and visages of Jeri Ryan and Sonequa Martin-Green in The Measure of Mortality.

“This episode returns Captains to Excalbia, from the Original Series episode The Savage Curtain,” the studios say. “The Excalbians have decided to put on another test of Good and Evil, and your characters will play a major part in it. But you won’t be alone. Returning to the game for the first time since Delta Rising, Jeri Ryan portrays a Seven of Nine that’s different from any we’ve seen before. And for the first time ever, Sonequa Martin-Green joins the cast to bring Michael Burnham to life! These episodes are a love letter to the past and future of Star Trek Online, and we think you’ll love this jaunt down memory lane.”

The episode is live today on PC as part of the Legacy update, with console slated for March 3rd. PWE is also talking up the new ship:

“The Anniversary Event also comes with a major prize – the Khitomer Alliance Battlecruiser. This new ship, the first to combine Federation and Klingon technology, is a sign of the peace that’s beginning to dawn across the galaxy. You can earn it by participating in the returning Omega Molecule Stabilization Event, by playing The Measure of Morality, or by participating in the brand new Task Force Operation, To Hell With Honor. Bring your starships to J’Ula’s shipyards on a distant moon, and battle one of the largest enemies we’ve ever created in the game.”

We’re streaming the anniversary missions tonight, so pop back over to our Twitch channel at 8 p.m. EST tonight for that!

Source: Press release, official site
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