Rise Of Discovery Hits STO On Consoles
About a month and a half after the third installment of Star Trek Online's Discovery content released on PC, it's made its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This new installment is definitely for fans of Captain Gabriel Lorca as it offers a look at his pre-Discovery history. Also featured in the new content is Commander Ellen Landry -- who we also get some pre-Discovery insight into.
Rise of Discovery features two episodes, one focused on each of the officers. Each leads up to their arrival on the U.S.S. Discovery before the first season of the TV series. As is always the case with Star Trek Online, the developers have brought the series actors on to voice their characters.
Also included in the update is a new reputation system and premium ships that scale to character level. As an added bonus, PlayStation Plus and Xbox Gold members will be able to unlock special rewards beginning July 2.
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