It's still worth "living through". Like, if you play the game for a bit, get some progression going, and get a bit attached to the game again, going through that quest would, I reckon, still be something special. (Void quests have matchmaking now.)
But I second J Thomas and instant0 - if anybody's watching who's even thinking of playing the game or getting back into it - DO NOT CLICK THAT LINK.
Granted some involvement in the game, it's one of the most immersive quests yet done in any game, and rivals the best of BioWare/Obsidian or Bethesda quests, for giving you the feels.