Well, it looks like StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void is definitely on its way as Blizzard Entertainment has just announced a StarCraft 2 closed beta beginning on March 31st. Closed meaning just a small number of players will be invited to participate but it’s likely, as beta testing continues, more players will be added.
Blizzard also says the beta testing for StarCraft 2 will be run for a “longer period than usual”, so it sounds like they’re giving this one all the attention they possibly can.
It does look like Blizzard is giving StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void the needed care and attention it deserves, though. After all, they’re already talking about the cooperation between developers and players being really important to them and how they need as much feedback from you, the player, as possible.
By the way, the closed beta testing for StarCraft 2 will be missing some units, features and improvements, and they say some things right at the beginning of the game will “feel rough”.
For more on the StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void closed beta, head to Battle.net, as well as check out the Blizzard video on the subject below with its much more in depth information (and can I just say, wow, this game looks nice).
There isn’t a release date for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void as of yet either, but when it does release it will be available on both PC and Mac.
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