StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void just launched last week. It’s no surprise that the game is selling very well and according to a tweet by the official StarCraft Twitter account, Blizzard has managed to sell more than 1 million units within the game’s first 24 hours. I guess gamers were as eager as ever to get back into the Starcraft world.
The first StarCraft 2 title Wings of Liberty launched in July 2010 and sold 1 million units in August. By the end of 2010, Wings of Liberty sold 4.5 million units, so given the same amount of time, it is possible that Legacy of the Void will reach and even surpass the previous games.
It should come as no surprise since StarCraft 2 has evolved quite a bit with its various updates and expansions. The new features Blizzard has introduced also help. Legacy of the Void will officially conclude the ongoing StarCraft storyline and people want to find out what happens at the end.
Blizzard also announced the Nova Covert Ops DLC which will be arriving in 2016. It will be based on Nova, the character you know from Heroes of the Storm, but we don’t have many details about the DLC just yet. Looks like they have another hit on their hands.
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