The third and final installment of the Starcraft final trilogy, StarCraft II Legacy of the Void ends a saga that started two decades before and wraps up an amazing story. It focuses on the Protoss campaign and ties all the knots over the course of a single player that contains in excess of 20 missions. The beautiful cinematics and cut scenes spice things up and provide an amazing conclusion to one of the best videogame franchises.
With Arcturus Mengsk out of the picture and the three species working together for the first time, the StarCraft II Legacy of the Void single player has a new twist. Amon has returned and the ancient evil is hell-bent on destroying the Terrans, the Zerg and the Protoss. Only by banding together do they stand a chance at stopping his onslaught, but some rivalries run deep. New Protoss units are added and during campaign set, players also get to control units that are not available in multiplayer.
The StarCraft II Legacy of the Void multiplayer doesn’t differ much from its predecessor, but some of the few remaining balance issues have been fixed. The result is a highly competitive game that rewards skill and greatly reduces the role luck plays. After learning the ropes in the single player, one can move on to regular multiplayer matches and ultimately to ranked games. Successful players advance from one division to the next, each featuring 100 players prone to promotion and relegation.
StarCraft II Legacy of the Void is the final chapter in the trilogy as well as the franchise that started in 1998. Blizzard Entertainment came a long way and has created a masterpiece, one of the best real-time strategy games of all times.
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