During the BlizzCon 2014, Blizzard announced the Starcraft 2: Legacy Of The Void, the final part in the game’s trilogy, which will be available as a standalone offering.
Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void offers single-player campaign missions, a new co-operative Archon Mode, and multiplayer battles.
“Legacy of the Void will deliver the quintessential StarCraft 2 experience,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and co-founder of Blizzard. “The new single-player campaign will wrap up the massive story, and we’re excited to share new game modes that will open up different ways to play the game and additional units that will expand the rich strategic depth of StarCraft 2 multiplayer.”
Archon mode give two players the ability to control a single base in multiplayer mode to battle against two enemies. There’s another objective-based co-op mode dubbed as Allied Commanders where players can “join the battle with a friend in an open-ended cooperative experience. Choose a powerful commander from your favorite race and fight in diverse scenarios with dynamic, campaign-style objectives. ”
There’s no word about the official availability and pricing of the game, but it will be released at a later date. We’ll update you as soon as Blizzard announce them.Filed Under: Gaming News, Top News