Starcraft II will be free-to-play from November 14
The king of Real Time Strategy games : Starcraft II will be going free to play starting from November 14. Blizzard, the publishers of the world wide phenomenon made the announcement at Blizzcon2017.
Released in 2010, the long awaited sequel to the military science fiction game already has a massive fan following.
The game allows you to play as different factions : Protoss , Zergs and Terrans. Each one offering different units and abilities. The game teaches you to be smart, economic and a master strategist.
The game has a captivating story that makes you empathize with the characters and encourages you to progress with the campaigns. Not to mention the game play is spectacular. And once you’re done with the campaign, you can spend days or even months on the multiplayer mode.
Players compete in national and international tournaments playing this game. And the best ones even manage to earn more than hundreds of thousands of dollars every year. The game has had a big impact in the gaming industry and is a valuable contributor for Blizzards success. And anyone who is a fan of the RTS genre should definitely check out this game.
How to play:
To get the game you need to have Steam installed on your system if you don’t have it already. Steam gives you access to an enormous libraries of games – both paid and free. Once you have it installed, you’ll be able download anything from the library with a single click. No hassle of going through the setup process.
Starcraft II will be free to download and play on Steam starting from from November 14th. Even if you’re not a fan of the game, install steam anyways. Because there are plenty of free options for fans of every genre. Team Fortress, League of Legends, Paladins are just few of the many games that are available on steam. And it also makes managing your entire game library incredibly convenient.
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