Here's What's Planned For The Rest Of The Year In Star Trek Online

QuintLyn Bowers
By QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor August 5, 2019
Share:

If there's one thing we can say about Star Trek Online, it's that the dev team typically has long-term plans to keep players entertained. As a general rule, things seem to be planned out at least six months ahead, with something occurring every month on average.

As it stands, the STO team has things -- more or less -- planned out through January. Of course, dates are subject to change, but if they don't players can look forward to several new events, including the return of Q's Winter Wonderland in December and the 10th-anniversary event in January. Also scheduled is the release of the Awakening update in September on PC.

Those interested in seeing the full schedule can check out the game's most recent content roadmap on the STO site.

Share:
Got a news tip? Contact us directly here!

About the Author

QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

Discussion (0)


You May Enjoy

Jagex Brought In Over $160 Million, Hit Records In Membership In 2020

Jagex Brought In Over $160 Million, Hit Records In Membership In 2020

Also added over 100 new employees during first pandemic year.

By Jason Winter - 1 week ago
Riot Sues Vietnamese Developer For League Of Legends Copyright Infringement

Riot Sues Vietnamese Developer For League Of Legends Copyright Infringement

And it's hard to disagree.

By Jason Winter - 5 hours ago
Get A Massive Erection By Constructing A Great Wonder In Atlas

Get A Massive Erection By Constructing A Great Wonder In Atlas

And amass greater booty with a new low-tier ship!

By Jason Winter - 1 week ago
BioWare Will Be Hiring For Remote Positions, Offering Permanent Work-From-Home Option

BioWare Will Be Hiring For Remote Positions, Offering Permanent Work-From-Home Option

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition feedback was "insanely positive"; no substantial news on future games.

By Jason Winter - 2 weeks ago
Activision Subsidiary Raven Software Votes To Unionize As Executives Try To Calm Employees Following Sale

Activision Subsidiary Raven Software Votes To Unionize As Executives Try To Calm Employees Following Sale

Regarding layoffs, CEO Bobby Kotick said Microsoft is "committed to trying to retain as many of our people as possible."

By Jason Winter - 8 hours ago
Warframe’s Prime Resurgence Program Ends January 25, "Last Chance" Broken Into Two Parts

Warframe’s Prime Resurgence Program Ends January 25, "Last Chance" Broken Into Two Parts

Get those previously-retired Warframes and gear before that happens.

By QuintLyn Bowers - 1 week ago
See More
Live Giveaways