The cellular “Star Trek” recreation “Star Trek Fleet Command” is boldly providing a one-week celebration of Jean-Luc Picard, a captain so in style he has helmed two franchise tv reveals.
“Captain Picard makes his a lot anticipated in-game debut alongside new characters, missions, and in-game giveaways to offer followers a lot to rejoice all week lengthy,” developer Scopely mentioned in an announcement Wednesday (June 16), two days after a tender launch of the content material within the iOS App Retailer and Google Play.
Till Sunday (June 20), commanders will obtain a variety of Picard-flavored advantages, equivalent to a Picard “facepalm” avatar, projectiles with themes from “Star Trek: The Subsequent Technology” (TNG), the addition of well-known teenage officer Wesley Crusher of TNG, and naturally Picard himself as one of many in-game characters.
“Gamers can earn shards to unlock these characters by means of exploring the galaxy and finishing missions, hitting occasion milestones, collaborating within the Battle Cross and extra,” Scopely mentioned. You even have the possibility to earn Picard-themed awards, together with Picard Cash.
You’ll be able to get pleasure from all this new TNG content material alongside 10 new in-game missions, together with 5 which might be targeted on a Picard character arc. And if that is not sufficient, TNG actors LeVar Burton (Geordi), Brent Spiner (Knowledge) and Jonathan Frakes (Quantity One) did a quick teaser for followers to get pleasure from.
The trailer reveals Frakes firing a shot from the enduring Enterprise-D bridge. “Sure!” he cries, however earlier than lengthy he realizes he by accident engaged in pleasant fireplace.
“I believed your cloaking gadget was on,” Spiner feedback.
“LeVar mentioned he fastened it,” Frakes responds.
Burton seems on the display, welding facemask up, asserting he has simply fastened the cloaking gadget. Seeing the confused faces, he asks, “What did you guys do?” A clumsy pause later, he provides, “Oh no!”
The “Star Trek” franchise has seen quite a few new tv entries lately, amongst them the primary season of “Picard” in 2020 that had many actors from and callbacks to the 1987-1994 TNG sequence. A second, pandemic-delayed season of “Picard” is in manufacturing for what’s anticipated to be a 2022 launch on the streaming service Paramount+.
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