Published on September 14th, 2015 | by Tom May0
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void Release Date Announced
Hell, it’s about time, etc. Five years after Wings of Liberty, the StarCraft II trilogy is finally drawing to a close with the hotly anticipated StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void nearing release. Revealed in tandem with the game’s spectacular opening cinematic, Blizzard have confirmed that LotV is even closer than you think: it’ll be releasing on the 10th of November. (That’s the same day as Fallout 4, in case you were wondering.)
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is the thrilling conclusion to the award-winning science-fiction saga that began with the original StarCraft in 1998. In the expansive new protoss-focused campaign, players will take command of the mighty Spear of Adun—a magnificent protoss arkship capable of altering the course of battle from above. In addition to determining the protoss’s destiny, players will also bear witness to the ultimate fates of terran hero Jim Raynor, the former marshal turned rebel leader, and Kerrigan, the zerg Queen of Blades.
As promised, here’s the cinematic that came as part of Blizzard’s announcement yesterday:
To learn more about StarCraft II and Legacy of the Void, visit the official website at www.starcraft2.com. To try StarCraft II for free, head over to www.starcraft.com to download the Starter Edition.