StarCraft II is a trilogy, Blizzard announces

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 11 October 2008 09:22 GMT

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Update: There’s an explanation of how this is going to actually work here.

Blizzard’s announced that StarCraft II is, in fact, a trilogy, and will be split into three stand-alone products.

The news comes out of BlizzCon 08, which opened last night just as we were descending into our post-TGS coma.

The first game in the series will be Terran: Wings of Liberty, followed by Zerg: Heart of Swarm and Protoss: Legend of the Void.

Details on pricing and dates are unknown.

Each game will feature 26-30 single-player missions and multiplayer upgrades over the previous disc.

We’ll have more on this as we go through the morning’s new list.

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