StarCraft II Wings of Liberty is becoming free to play

StarCraft II Wings of Liberty is becoming free to play

Blizzard Entertainment has announced to make StarCraft II free to play. This means that, from November the 14th forward, you’re able to dive into the world of Terran, Zerg and Protoss in the Wings of Liberty campaign, with the elite multiplayer competition as well.

“StarCraft II is one of the highest-rated PC games of all time, and we’re excited to give even more people around the world a chance to find out why it has inspired such a passionate global community. With the massive Wings of Liberty single-player campaign, endlessly replayable co-op mode, prestigious ranked ladder, comprehensive map-making tools, and more, StarCraft II now delivers the ultimate real-time strategy experience completely free.”

Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment.

People who already have Wings of Liberty (as of October 2017 of this year), will be able to get Heart of the Swarm for free by logging in and claiming their gift between the 8 of November and the 8th of December. If you already have any version of StarCraft II before the 31st, you will be able to get a special Eidolon Ghost skin and three portraits of the founder’s status in the game. It seems that Christmas is a bit sooner this year.

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