Star Trek Online Legacy and Measure of Mortality arrive for consoles today

    
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Console players of Star Trek Online are finally catching up with their PC compariots today as the Legacy update has gone live on on Xbox One and PS4, complete 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 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.”

Most recently, our own Eliot Lefebvre mused on the very best things Star Trek Online has done with Star Trek lore.

Source: Press release, official site

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Hikari Kenzaki

The Measure of Morality, btw, not Mortality.

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Mewmew

A lot of people around here play STO, but not that many people around here play it on consoles.

I wonder if that’s just the nature of the website here. I know the site is about all multiplayer games, but people relate it more to MMORPGs and people think of MMORPGs as more of a PC thing.

I’m not saying they shouldn’t do the console news or anything, they definitely should.

I guess I’m just remarking on why I think the console news about certain games doesn’t normally have as many comments :D

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Richard de Leon III

I play STO on both PC and PS4. Lets just say doing Doffs and Admiralty on 2 dozen toons spread between the 2 of em is driving me batty….

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McGuffn

I imagine after you finish the last character you can go back to the first character claim the rewards for many of the doff missions.

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Richard de Leon III

I would, but that would compel me to redo their missions, and the cycle is never ending….

Ill never get any sleep, rofl

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EmberStar

I mostly quit doing duty officer stuff at all when I got to around 20 characters on my PC account. I have 35 now. I tend to have the attitude that I do stuff for all my characters, or it isn’t worth doing on any of them. Duty Officers and Admiralty are definitely the latter.

For the record, I did attempt it once recently just to see what happened. It took four hours just to queue up both types of missions for everyone. And of course by the time I finished half the duty officer missions and all the Admiralty missions had finished, so I could have circled through and done it again, and again. The world’s least fulfilling unpaid job. :(