PC gamers attending BlizzCon 2014 in the Anaheim Convention Center got a first look at the highly anticipated epic conclusion to the Starcraft II franchise Legacy of the Void. People on hand played Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void in new game modes and using new units the developers have added to the fun. Blizzard Entertainment also announced a new gameplay mode called Allied Commanders expected to enhance the entertainment value of playing the game.
Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void is playable without Heart of the Swarm or Wings of Liberty, which is a nice surprise. This decision makes the game more appealing and accessible to gamers. We’re sure it will also result in more players giving the third expansion a try.
Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void is playable for both Windows and Macintosh, and Blizzard is hoping to release both ports at the same time. Expect further details about the price and availability of the last installment of Starcraft II at a later date.
Starcraft II was the favorite video game of 39% of players surveyed in the United States in 2011, according to Statista, 20% ahead of Call of Duty and 22% ahead of Legend of Zelda. Expect Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void to go beyond 39% of gamers in the United States and you’re on the right track.