In standard Blizzard fashion the company has let loose details of a Starcraft II patch long before announcing the launch date.
Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void will, sometime soon, receive its latest major update. Bumping up the version count to 3.7, Blizzard's enormous real-time strategy game will enjoy quality of life changes like faction-separated 1v1 matchmaking and a collection tab to house all your cosmetic and collectible components.
On the subject of the impending matchmaking changes, a Blizzard representative explained: "we expected a majority of players would want to focus on playing as only one race. However, thanks to the feedback of our players and community leaders, it became clear that many people want to experience the ladder as other races without affecting the rank and MMR of their 'main' race".
Patch 3.7 ushers in the start of Season 5, meaning you'll be conveniently separated from your old league placement just in time to spread your wings and earn a place in a division with each of your race choices.
Announcer voice packs similar to those heard in DoTA 2 will also be put up for sale allowing players to hear the calls of Abathur, Raynor, Kerrigan and more during any match regardless of their faction choice. Just how many more packs will become available after launch is likely up to how well they sell.
There's a handy video below more thoroughly detailing the upcoming additions. More interested in reading than watching? A seperate blog post is more likely for you.