Time travel is at the center of Star Trek Online's Season 11.5 update which launches April 12. The free-to-play game's mid-season update introduces an all new featured episode titled "Temporal Front," which tasks players with preventing Na'Kuhl Temporal Agents from the future from destroying the Federation during what's intended to be a peaceful summit.
The update also introduces a variety of new gameplay updates designed to create a better experience for players. There's a new skill system revamp, a strategist secondary specialization, the Romulan Admirality Campaign, and Na'Kuhl Red Alerts.
More information on the update is available on the Star Trek Online site.
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