Star Trek: Bridge Crew Is Getting The Next Generation DLC On May 22nd For PS4 And PSVR

Red Storm Entertainment has confirmed that Star Trek: Bridge Crew will be getting The Next Generation inspired DLC on May 22nd for £11.99. One of the major additions will be the iconic NCC-1701D bridge from the show. With this addition, the engineering role has been replaced with ‘operations’, and in this role players have to manage crew and ship buffs.

Along with the NCC-1701D bridge, two enemy races will be added as well, which are the Romulans and the Borg, which will be present in the ongoing missions mode. Patrol Mode is where random objectives will appear, but if you want to face off against the Borg then you’ll want to choose the new Resistance mode.  In this mode, players will have to complete a number of objectives while trying to avoid a Borg Cube but eventually will have to fight to survive.

Star Trek: Bridge Crew’s The Next Generation DLC is a timed exclusive for Sony’s platforms, but will be made available for PC, Vive, Rift, and Mixed Reality on July 21st. The content will support cross-platform play.

Source: Press Release

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  1. Is that a typo or weird copy and paste accident, or is it really £11.99 and you just tried to hide the price? ;)

    The Borg mission sounds like it’ll add another 100 hours to my play time. Like the standalone version of the Kobayashi Maru mission, which is enormous fun if you’ve got a crew who knows what they’re up to and communicate well and you save 200+ people. Sounds like it might not just be for the TNG Enterprise as well and the TOS Enterprise up against a Borg cube is an option. (Or if not, hopefully the little bug that lets you do any mission on the original Enterprise still works)

    Shame about the timed exclusive nonsense though. Half the people I’ve played with are on PC, and I won’t be able to take on the Borg with them for a month. And then they’ll think I know what I’m doing, having a headstart, and insist on me being captain. Which never ends well. It’s my vague “that way!” instructions, I think. And that time my reaction to a Klingon decloaking was a worryingly confident but totally unhelpful “Fuck ’em up!”

    But that’s the end of May and probably most of June sorted for me then.

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