Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void Summary
Blizzardthe assets from classic RTS over to the Starcraft 2 Arcade modding community, giving them access to “over three thousand new materials” including models, sounds and other doodads.
With access to all that data, surely a modern, fan-built version of Warcraft 3 on the new and improved Starcraft engine isn't too far away?
has revealed a standalone expansion for Starcraft 2,titled Legacy of the Void. The developer promises that in its Protoss-focused story campaign the fates of all three main races will be resolved.
As well as a solo story, the expansion will add a co-op Archon Mode and a bunch of new units for multiplayer.
The house that built Warcraft is in a teasing mood ashas been posting snippets of sound from the StarCraft 2 game, and uploading them to their Sound Cloud page.
They're titled in an interesting manner and appear to be carrying a message. Thus far "See" and "...you..." is all there is to go on; Legacy of the Void is the next known expansion to StarCraft 2.
Blizzard has posted on its StarCraft 2, threatening those who get caught using hacks or mods with permanent bans.regarding cheating in
The developer warns potential cheaters that it has multiple ways of detecting foul play, and encourages those who feel they've seen a suspected cheat to come to them with any information.
The latest patch for real-time strategy StarCraft II is due out this week for all regions and Blizzard has now revealed what tweaks it has inside. This particular patch focuses mostly on the Friends List.
Our list of chums should now "sort correctly based on friend type," and chat messages appear if you're set to 'Busy'. The counter for new messages should also work properly.