So what is Dorn’s tweet about? There’s been no word so far, although by the time you hear about it here we may have heard. One possible explanation is a new voiceover role in one of the many star trek video games on the market. (And here we venture into some speculation.)
star trek online and Star Trek Fleet Command are two of the biggest games right now, but Star Trek Timeline and the new Apple Arcade game Star Trek: Legends are also there. Of these four, only Star Trek: Legends does not yet use celebrity voiceovers. It is also likely to be relevant that Star Trek Fleet Command and Star Trek Timeline have both seen their markets recently disrupted by Legends which debuts earlier this month, and may be looking for a star to boost its earnings.
star trek online is an outside possibility, but it’s worth noting that Dorn has voiced Worf for them before, and while the game often has celebrity voiceovers (like Jeri Ryan, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Mary Chieffo), they never have them. previously advertised using sponsored social media posts.
(My money is on fleet commandpersonally.)
The best way to keep up to date with Dorn’s progress is to follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/akaWorf. His now infamous tweet already has over 3,000 retweets and 27,000 likes. And of course, as soon as we know more, you will know more.