Even More Captains Sign Up For Legacy

Eariler today we brought you news of William Shatner finishing his bowl of Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Cornflakes to take part in Bethesda Softworks up coming Star Trek: Legacy but it now seem that every captain for the long series will now play a part in the game. William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Scott Bakula, Avery Brooks, and Kate Mulgrew – will provide voiceovers in the video game. The collaboration marks the first time the five actors have participated in a single Star Trek project together.

I am delighted to have the chance to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Trek with my fellow captains by providing our voices to Star Trek: Legacy,” said Shatner. “Bethesda Softworks has done an excellent job in creating an exciting game that stays true to Star Trek’s roots and accurately incorporates elements from each series.”

We are absolutely thrilled to have the five actors who portrayed the Star Trek captains take part in this project,” said Todd Vaughn, vice president of development, Bethesda Softworks. “Their participation, especially since it takes place during the series’ 40th anniversary, will add to the fun and excitement of the game and emphasizes our commitment to provide fans with the most authentic Star Trek experience possible.

Star Trek: Legacy is scheduled to launch this fall under license from CBS Consumer Products. The Star Trek franchise, which debuted with the Original Series in 1966, will celebrate its 40th anniversary this fall.

Massive Update: Apparently it’s Bran Flakes, not Crunchy Nut. We are so sorry Will!