StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void - the conclusion to the StarCraft 2 saga - will launch on PC and Mac on November 10, Blizzard has announced.

The final chapter in the trilogy centres around Artanis and Zeratul defending their race, the protoss, and introduces multiplayer-focused co-op missions and the 2v2 Archon Mode.

The standard edition will cost £29.99, with digital pre-order customers receiving immediate access to the Whispers of Oblivion prologue. All customers who pre-purchase will also receive the Hero Artanis, for use in Blizzard's brawler Heroes of the Storm.

Meanwhile the Digital Deluxe edition, which costs £44.99, grants players bonuses for many of Blizzard's other games, including a World of Warcraft Archon battle pet, a Heroes of the Storm Void Speeder, and a protoss-themed Hearthstone card back.

Finally, the retail-only Collector's Edition includes a special edition of the StarCraft Field Manual, a special feature and cinematic-filled DVD, and a CD copy of the game's soundtrack. The Collector's Edition will set you back £59.99.

Legacy of the Void launches on November 10. For more on StarCraft 2, check out our review of the previous instalment, Heart of the Swarm here.

Source: Blizzard Entertainment

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