StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void Release Date Announced

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void will launch on November 10 for PC and Mac, Blizzard revealed today during the StarCraft World Championship Series.
The standalone Protoss-focused final chapter in the StarCraft II series is now available for pre-purchase on Battle.net — Blizzard’s online gaming client — and will cost $40 for the standard edition. Those who pre-purchase the game digitally will gain access to the Whispers of Oblivion prologue missions. Of course, for those looking for a more robust experience, Legacy of the Void will come in multiple editions featuring a number of bonus items:
Additionally, anyone that purchases any version of Legacy of the Void will receive
the forthcoming hero Artanis in Heroes of the Storm when he is released.
Blizzard also revealed the incredible
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void opening cinematic, which shows the Protoss preparing to retake their homeworld from the Zerg infestation.
Legacy of the Void introduces several new modes to the traditional StarCraft gameplay, including Archon and Allied Commanders modes. Additionally, two new units from each campaign are being introduced into online multiplayer, and automated tournaments have also been introduced for regular online multiplayer events.
Brandin Tyrrel is an Associate Editor at IGN. You can follow him on Twitter at @BrandinTyrrel .
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Standard Edition – $40
Digital Deluxe Edition – $60 – The upgradeable digital deluxe edition includes bonus in-game content for Blizzard’s other games: an Archon pet in World of Warcraft; a Void Speeder mount in Heroes of the Storm; a protoss-themed card back in Hearthstone. This content will be available upon Legacy of the Void’s launch.
Collector’s Edition – $80 – The retail-exclusive collector’s edition comes with the aforementioned digital goods, as well as a full-color, hardcover StarCraft Field Manual; a cinematics and special features DVD; and the soundtrack on CD.

Additionally, anyone that purchases any version of Legacy of the Void will receive
the forthcoming hero Artanis in Heroes of the Storm when he is released.
Blizzard also revealed the incredible
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void opening cinematic, which shows the Protoss preparing to retake their homeworld from the Zerg infestation.
Legacy of the Void introduces several new modes to the traditional StarCraft gameplay, including Archon and Allied Commanders modes. Additionally, two new units from each campaign are being introduced into online multiplayer, and automated tournaments have also been introduced for regular online multiplayer events.

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