“StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void” finally has a release date, with developer and publisher Blizzard Entertainment announcing Sunday that the game will be available on Nov. 10. The cinematic trailer was also shown for the first time, streamed on video game streaming website Twitch.
“Legacy of the Void” was announced during BlizzCon last year and is the final game in the “StarCraft 2” trilogy, focusing on the Protoss race. During its 2015 second quarter earnings report Blizzard Entertainment hinted that the game would be released this year.
The game is currently available for pre-order through the Battle.net store and comes in a standard edition for $39.99 and a digital deluxe edition for $59.99, which includes bonus in-game items as well as items for Blizzard Entertainment’s other titles like “World of Warcraft” and “Heroes of the Storm.”
The cinematic trailer, in true Blizzard fashion, was full of excitement. It showed the Protoss race fighting to take back their home planet and two Protoss merging together to form Archon. Watch the cinematic trailer below.
“StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void” should be playable on the floor during BlizzCon, which will be held on November 6-7 in California.