StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty Summary
World of Warcraft Token Values Skyrocket As Blizzard Allows Them To Be Used As Currency In Their Other Games
Whether your Warcraft days are behind you, the days of the WoW Token are not. That shiny coin Blizzard added as a way for rich characters to pay for subscriptions isn't going anywhere. In actuality, it just got a whole lot more versatile.
Haven't launched Battle.net in a little while? Whether you're burned out on Hearthstone, taking a break from Overwatch before the next event or done with Diablo III's anniversary, fire it up. There might be something waiting for you. They're giving away Starcraft II.
Like him or loathe him, he's here to stay - so long as you pay for him, at least. Added through the last big StarCraft 2 patch, announcers made their way into the game much like they have for League of Legends in the past. And Totalbiscuit is the next to land.
It was just a few years ago that StarCraft II was one of the biggest games in the world. While the esports money and attention may have moved to MOBAs, the RTS king is still a big deal, and Blizzard is planning a major update centered on big overhauls to the game’s careful multiplayer balance.
StarCraft Universe is astounding for a number of reasons. First, it’s an MMO-like multiplayer mod for StarCraft II. It raised $85,000 on Kickstarter with Blizzard’s blessing. It’s got full voice acting and CGI cinematics. Perhaps most impressive of all for a fan-made project of this scope, it’s actually reached a playable state and is in open beta right now.