StarCraft II is a game that came right on time. In the high-point of 'plyon' memes and MLG/eSports culture putting the original StarCraft and its Brood War expansion in the spotlight for a new generation. They may not have gone back to play an RTS from the 90s with so many other strategic, modern-day offerings already circulating the online marketplaces - but Blizzard trumped them all with a surprise sequel that reinvigorated the eSports scene and paving the way for other tactical offerings further down the line.
Closing in on its seventh year of release, it's a game that isn't really spoken about all that much in light of the success of titles like League of Legends, DotA 2 and Blizzards own Overwatch. Still, with two expansions available and a robust F2P version, StarCraft II is still bursting to the brim with content.
With 3 full campaigns, a huge mod scene with the 'Arcade', co-op missions and incredibly intricate online play, StarCraft II is one of the best supported RTS titles around. It's space-opera story has come to a close, so it's time for additional content patches to focus on small extras and balance changes. We're going to start highlighting them down below for however long it takes Blizzard to decide it wants to throw out StarCraft III before Warcraft IV.
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void - Patch 3.16.1
Blizzard has released another new patch for StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, which brings it up to version 3.16.1. This update fixes a display issue with experience in War Chest node dialogs, along with a few other small changes. Full notes are below:
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void - Patch 3.15.0
Co-op missions just got harder, the Terran 'Nathanias' is available as a new announcer and a decent amount of bugs have been fixed. It's not a balance pass today, folks.
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void - Balance Update; April, 2017
If you felt as if those pesky Adept had been swaying one too many games, now's your time to shine. After some careful consideration and talks with the community, the Protoss mid/late-game unit has had its health shaved to make it a little less tricky to deal with. That's it.
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void - 3.12 Patch Notes
If you spend a lot of time bouncing between Blizzard games, the announcer packs might be of some interest.
Sure, they're extra expenses; but if you're not big on buying loot crates in Overwatch and tend to stick to the games you already own, having D.Va come along are narrate your StarCraft matches are your Probes are broken down into tiny peoples makes for an interesting shift. Here's everything that's joining the game alongside D.Va practically canon debut as a caster;