Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday

Travel Back in Time with Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday

Starting on July 6, 2016, Star Trek Online players will be able to experience the game’s third expansion and command ships from Star Trek: The Original Series. A new launch trailer has been released for Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday, which focuses on recruiting Temporal Agents.

In Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday, players will become Temporal Agents and fight to preserve the fabric of time. As the Temporal War continues with Krenim and Na’kuhl forces, defenses will be needed on multiple fronts and time periods.

As players embark on their mission through time, they’ll encounter other Temporal Agents in the past and must save them to preserve the future. Furthermore, Agents of Yesterday will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series and will allow players to embark on a journey while in command of a ship from the series that begin it all.

Agents of Yesterday will also feature multiple new episodes and dozens of starships. These missions will star fan-favorite characters including: Chekov (Walter Koenig), Scotty (Chris Doohan), Admiral Leeta (Chase Masterson) and Agent Daniels (Matt Winston).

Our Thoughts:

It’s hard to believe that Star Trek: The Original Series is already 50 years old, but this allows for a perfect tie-in with Star Trek Online’s upcoming expansion. We’re excited to see some of the classic starships appear in the MMO and can’t wait for the game to be available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Source: Press Release

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