StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, a stand alone expansion pack is the third installment for the famous real-time startegy game StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. Developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment, released on November 10 of this year, the game is already being received by the community favorably. With Softepedia describing the game to be the “most influential releases of the past five years and the Protoss-focused chapter manages to deliver a fitting end to its core narrative.”
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void made it to the markets on the same day as Fallout 4, a game that carried with it much hype and anticipation. Although it seems now Blizzard had very little to fear about as the game just crossed the 1 million margin in under 24 hours. “Thanks for making the launch of
#LotV a success! We’ll see you in the Koprulu Sector, Commanders!” is what Blizzard had to say.
— StarCraft (@StarCraft) November 13, 2015
As reported by gamespot Blizzard is also looking into the future for the development of StarCraft III, but as stated by Blizzard would depend on the feedback from the community “What the future holds really depends so much on what we hear back from players. We love RTS, we love this genre,” StarCraft II lead Tim Morten told GameSpot. “The StarCraft universe is fantastic; the Warcraft universe clearly has more stories that can be told. There are new Blizzard IPs; there’s the potential to make completely new stories altogether. We want to hear back from our players what they would be excited about, but as a team, we’ve just been so busy finishing Legacy of the Void and teeing up this new content that we haven’t had a chance to make any decisions.”
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