Today during the WCS Season 3 Premier League Finals in Kraków, Poland, Blizzard revealed that Legacy of the Void, the final chapter in the StarCraft II trilogy, will officially launch on November 10, 2015. Our long wait is almost over, just two days after BlizzCon 2015, the Protoss expansion will conclude the StarCraft story lines that began almost 18 years ago. In addition to the Protoss campaign and new multiplayer units, Legacy of the Void, available as a standalone game, includes major new features, including Archon Mode, Allied Commander, and automated tournaments.
Blizzard has also been very vocal about the improvements it has been making to the new player experience. The new progression system that guides novices through the various game modes, gradually introducing them to more complex parts of the game, will hopefully act as a source of fresh blood into the amazing and passionate StarCraft community for years to come. While Legacy of the Void is the last announced expansion for StarCraft II, Blizzard has been very clear that this isn't the end of the StarCraft mythos, just the end of the current story threads. Additionally, their commitment to supporting the game well into the future is well documented.
While no official launch celebrations have been announced yet, in typical Blizzard fashion, it is likely that there will be some spectacular events around the globe to celebrate the game's launch. As various events are announced, StarCraft Legacy will keep you updated.
Battle.net - Legacy of the Void Launches 11/10 - Watch the Cinematic now!