More good news for fans of interesting games and projects of the studio Blizzard in particular. Multiplayer shooter Overwatch wasn’t the only thing big name designers presented within BlizzCon 2014. To the delight of all fans of StarCraft, very interesting details have been disclosed about the upcoming StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void expansion.
That’s what the final part of the fantastic RTS will be titled.
The project will continue the story Wings of Liberty and prior expansion Heart of the Swarm. But – what a pleasure – will be released as an independent application. The original version will not be required to run the StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void expansion.
If you believe the words of Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard, Legacy of the Void will be the quintessence of the best features of this series.
Bright single-player campaign will complete the epic story of StarCraft 2. Multiplayer will introduce a couple of unique modes as well. The first of them – Archon Mode – 2 gamers will command the troops and jointly manage the shared database. Proper interaction will allow to achieve victory over the enemy.
For those who appreciate the cooperative gameplay, the authors came up with Allied Commanders. To cope successfully with a number of challenging scenarios, you will need to assemble a team of experienced companions.
More than the casual “entertainment” is also not going anywhere. Classical competitive moments will improve with the help of the bonus maps and units. All three races will receive a new combat units.
As of yet, there is no information on the release date Legacy of the Void . On this topic, Blizzard is silent. But the record on the beta test is now open – you can request to be a part of the beta on the official site, .
Starcraft 2: Legacy Of The Void Gets Official – During the BlizzCon 2014, Blizzard announced the Starcraft 2: Legacy Of The Void, the final part in the game’s trilogy, which will be available as a standalone offering. Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void offers single-player campaign missions, a new co-operative Archon Mode, and multiplayer battles. “Legacy of the Void will deliver the quintessential StarCraft 2 experience,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and co-founder of Blizzard.