StarCraft II Going Free to Play This Month

StarCraft II Going Free to Play This Month

StarCraft II Going Free to Play This Month

Blizzard's real-time strategy game (RTS) StarCraft II will be going 100% free-to-play, later this month.

Those who already own Wings of Liberty will get access to the Heart of the Swarm campaign for free. All you have to do to unlock it permanently is earn 10 First Wins of the Day in Unranked or Versus A.I. play.

It was only in April that Blizzard made the original StarCraft free to play, and now the company has done the same for its sequel.

Stay tuned to App Trigger for more news and announcements coming from BlizzCon 2017 about StarCraft 2 and Blizzard's other titles. A move that could, perhaps, bring a new wave of interest to the classic series.

If you download Wings of Liberty and want to grab the later expansions, you can buy them individually for $14.99 or together in the Campaign Collection for $39.99 through the online Blizzard Shop.

In addition, players will gain free access to Kerrigan, Raynor, and Artanis Co-Op Commanders completely for free.

A majority of StarCraft 2's single-player and multiplayer modes will become accessible for free.

Check out the official StarCraft II website for more information.

Wings of Liberty first launched back in 2010 and has since seen a keen following across the globe. Make sure to log in between November 8 and December 8 to claim it.

Current and upcoming Co-op Commanders are available to play for free up to level five, and the level restriction for weekly mutations has been removed.

The award-winning StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty story campaign is free in its entirety. The shift will happen on November 14, giving players free access to the Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty campaign.

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