Star Trek Online's latest update update has arrived, bringing with it a new episode titled "Temporal Front." As described in the original announcement, "Temporal Front" will kick off in the Romulus Embassy where representatives have gathered to discuss an alliance. During the summit, the embassy is attacked by the Na'Kuhl, forcing players to travel to the future and defeat the Na'Kuhl before they can destroy the Federation.
Also included in the update are a skill system revamp, a new Strategist Secondary Specialization, and the Romulan Admiralty Campaign.
Players can check out the new update in the game or read more about it on the official Star Trek Online site.
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