StarCraft II Goes Free To Play From November 14th

Blizzard has dropped the news that the RTS StarCraft II will be going free to play, with that new era for the game to begin on November 14th. This move will make the Wings Of Liberty single player campaign available to all, as well as opening up the ranked multiplayer to anyone who wishes to have a go at it. In addition current and future Commanders will be free to access but will have a level five limit, but on the other hand weekly mutation level restrictions have been removed. Furthermore the commanders Raynor, Kerrigan, and Artanis will not have a level limit.

Of course there are parts of the game that will still cost to access, with this mainly being restricted to the additional StarCraft II expansions. Heart of the Swarm, Legacy of the Void, and Nova Covert Ops will cost $14.99 each or can be bundled for $39.99. In addition there will be premium items like skins, announcer packs, and unlocking commanders so they can level past the level five cap.

Source: Blizzard

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