If you've been hoping to play as Captain Picard in Star Trek: Bridge Crew
Ubisoft announces plans to make it so this summer with Star Trek: Bridge Crew
- The Next Generation
, a new expansion for the starship simulation. This
will also introduce new gameplay elements, and will include the ability to
battle the Borg. Here's word:
Today, Ubisoft® announced that Star Trek™:
Bridge Crew - The Next Generation, the new expansion for Star Trek: Bridge Crew,
will be available for PlayStation®VR and PlayStation®4 computer entertainment
system, playable both with and without VR, on May 22nd 2018 for £11.99. Star
Trek: Bridge Crew - The Next Generation will be available on PC on July 21st
2018, for VR players, with HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality
support, as well as for non-VR players. The expansion will be playable
cross-platform across all devices.
Players can now continue their voyage in the Star Trek universe as they take the
helm of the Galaxy Class starship, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, from Star
Trek: The Next Generation. Players will be forced to test their combat skills
against cloaked Romulan fleets and the villainous Borg in the Ongoing Voyages
The Next Generation Expansion enhances the Ongoing Missions mode and offers two
additional mission types, Patrol and Resistance. Patrol Mode gives players the
opportunity to free roam in space, while experiencing random encounters and
objectives, for endless hours of adventure on-board the U.S.S. Aegis, U.S.S.
Enterprise NCC-1701 or the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D. In Resistance Mode,
players will get the chance to face a fan-favourite villain - the unstoppable
Borg. Players will evade a pursuing Borg Cube and will be tasked with completing
a series of objectives before battling the Borg in a final showdown.
Additionally, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701-D will introduce a new command
role, Operations, which will focus on Crew Management. Those in the role will
need to plan ahead and assign the correct NPC teams to each location on the
ship, as each position is crucial to the success of the varied missions and to
the safety of the crew.