On November the 10th, the world will finally get their grubby paws on Legacy of the Void – the Protoss component of the StarCraft II Trilogy. Blizzard have been hard at work, and not just on the campaign and multiplayer component of the upcoming expansion. No, they’re giving the StarCraft II user interface a complete overhaul too.
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void will be unleashed on the world in just over month, on November the 10th. Finally, the concluding chapter to the saga is within reach, and what better way to experience the last piece of the puzzle, than with a shiny Collector’s Edition? Though we already had a general idea of what it would come with, Blizzard have now unveiled all the contents of the box in much greater detail.
Legacy of the Void, the last piece of the StarCraft II trilogy puzzle, is due later this year – something which has now officially been confirmed at Gamescom. The final chapter in the series will bring with it not only the expected campaign, relentless click-click-click multiplayer, and the new Archon Mode, but also a brand new feature called Allied Commanders. We chatted to developers at Gamescom to find out more about this new feature.
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