As we’ve reported the last few months, Star Trek: Discovery made its first inroads to the world of Trek gaming through the mobile adventure Star Trek Timelines — and now the game is entering into a four-week ‘mega-event’ centered around Discovery content.

Developer Disruptor Beam explains the events as follows:

The U.S.S. Shenzhou has arrived in the present day with a bang: the ship appears to be enveloped in a new form of temporal anomaly which can travel with her. As the Shenzhou moves across the Alpha Quadrant, she leaves a trail of disrupted chronitons and displaced people behind it, bringing fresh chaos to the galaxy you have been working so hard to keep intact. Worse yet, the Shenzhou is not responding to hails from Starfleet or anyone else. We are concerned that something terrible has befallen the Shenzhou and her crew. It’s up to you to chase down the Shenzhou, determine the fate of her crew, and stop the new wave of destruction to the timeline.

For this month, the featured 5* Legendary crew for all events will be T’Kuvma, the self-styled heir of Kahless the Unforgettable from Star Trek: Discovery. This powerful Klingon will make a valuable addition to any crew.

The schedule for this Mega-Event and their schedule is as follows:

“Streak of Stardust”
Thursday, 10/5 – Tuesday, 10/10

“First Impressions”
Thursday, 10/12 – Monday, 10/16

“Orion Belt”
Thursday, 10/19 – Monday, 10/23

“A Logical Reaction”
Thursday, 10/26 – Monday, 10/30

Disruptor Beam has also released these promotional images for the new event.

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  • Joshua

    By doing so they’ve lost my monthly card subscription. Shoving content from a faux Trek show on us is not acceptable.

    • IsSkeptical

      Wah boo hoo whine and cheese. Just say you don’t like the new trek. calling it faux Trek makes you look, in my opinion, like you are stuck in the past. It may not be what your vision may have been for the show, but that in no way makes it fake.

  • AmiRami

    Is Timelines a fun game? Never ended up trying it.

    • IsSkeptical

      it is ok if bored and have time to tap on your phone/tablet. some nice geek moments seeing all the ships, just don’t go into it looking for an epic storyline.

      • AmiRami


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