During BlizzCon last weekend, the world got its first glimpse of the latest and final part of the Starcraft 2 trilogy – Legacy of the Void.
Aside from a new single player campaign focused on the enigmatic Protoss, Starcraft 2 – Legacy of the Void has boosted the multiplayer gameplay with a cooperative mode called Archon Mode and there are now new multiplayer battles known as Allied Commanders. And what exactly is Allied commanders? It is a co-op gameplay mode that is objective based that allows players to assume the role of the heroes in the Starcraft universe. Archon mode is also similar, but the difference is two players share one base and an army, while taking on another opposing duo team.
Check out the tweaks and upgrades that Blizzard has in store for upcoming units of each for the races:
The last part of Starcraft II – Heart of the Swarm was last released in March 2013 and with the release of Legacy of the Void, Starcraft II will finally be completed. As for a release date Blizzard has yet to announce it but you can sign up for public beta access here
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