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StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void Release Date - Nov. 10, 2015

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Blizzard has unveiled the opening cinematic for the upcoming StarCraft II expansion, Legacy of the Void. The cinematic was played during the finale of the third and final season of the StarCraft World Championship Series (WCS), from which 16 players will ultimately qualify to play in the global finals at BlizzCon. Legacy of the Void releases November 10, 2015.

 

Here is the cinematic:

 

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void - Opening Cinematic

 

Pre-purchase remains available for Legacy of the Void, and includes the three mission prologue (Whispers of Oblivion) for immediate play and ongoing beta test access. The Artanis Hero in Heroes of the Storm will also be conferred to your account immediately upon becoming available.

 

Are you looking forward to the third and final installment of the StarCraft II trilogy?

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