'StarCraft II' is Going Free-to-Play


'StarCraft II' is Going Free-to-Play

Wings of Liberty, for the uninitiated, takes place four years after the events chronicled in the original StarCraft.

Best known for blockbuster hits including World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, Overwatch, the Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo franchises, and the multi-franchise Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.

Not too long ago, some Battle.net owners received free copies of Starcraft 2 for seemingly no reason, but most gamers weren't among the lucky few who got these copies.

Wings of Liberty game is going to be available on November 14th at no cost. There are thousands of players who are still playing the StarCraft game on their respective consoles.

It's also a substantial chunk of singleplayer content for players that might want to try it out.

StarCraft II officially goes free-to-play on Tuesday, November 14. Curious what that actually means?

Blizzard is taking StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty's campaign free to play.

Wings of Liberty received an excellent rating in PCMag's 2010 review, nabbing props for its "wonderful story and character development", "great soundtrack", and "lasting appeal". Experience the original epic campaign that kicked off the StarCraft II saga! Be aware however that you need to log in and claim it before December 8.

Current and upcoming Co-op Commanders are available to play for free up to level five, and the level restriction for weekly mutations has been removed.

Those wanting to experience more of the game, can do so by purchasing additional single-player campaigns, Heart of the Swarm, Legacy of the Void, and Nova Covert Ops, individually ($14.99 United States dollars each) or together in the Campaign Collection ($39.99) through the online Blizzard Shop. Blizzard will still continue to offer premium upgrades and special skins as well. The Co-op Commanders Raynor, Kerrigan, andArtanis will remain completely free, meaning that you can keep leveling them to your heart's content.



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