StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is released, battle for the glory of the Protoss in the campaign finale

Blizzard BlizzCon 2014 Legacy of the Void Campaign

The third and final chapter of the StarCraft II campaign is here: Legacy of the Void has now been released, and is available to buy from Blizzard and other places that sell games. We’re preparing our review right now, but if you’re positive you’ll love it then you’ve probably already bought it. 

Will Legacy of the Void make it onto our list of best strategy games on PC? Only time will tell.

Legacy of the Void follow the Wings of Liberty Terran campaign and the Heart of the Swarm Zerg campaign, and now sees the conclusion of the StarCraft II story told through the eyes of Artanis, the Protoss commander of the Spear of Adun warship. The fates of Jim Raynor, Kerrigan, and Zeratul will be in your hands as you complete missions and steer the armada through the various conflicts.

Beside the campaign chapters, Legacy of the Void also introduced the Archon co-op mode for friendly players, as well as more additions to the ever-popular multiplayer. New units and automated tournaments will help keep the StarCraft II scene alive.

If you pick up Legacy of the Void, you’ll also be able to use Artanis in Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard’s hero brawler (see: MOBA) game.

Will you be crafting among the stars this week? Or have other games got your attention?

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