Blizzard’s announced the subscription pricing for South America for StarCraft II.
For Argentina, Chile and Mexico, you can buy the game for $299 MXN / $119 ARS / $13,900 CLP in each region, with up to six months of single-player and multiplayer included.
If you wish to play it after that six month period, you can pay for additional time between 30 and 60 days. Pricing is yet to be announced on that front.
If players want a sub-free experience, they can download the game from Battle.net for $60.
The plan is similar to what’s being planned in Russia for the game.
“One of our design goals for StarCraft II was to make it accessible to a wide range of players, from beginners to veterans,” Blizzard president Mike Morhaime said in a press release.
“The same is true with regard to our pricing options — we want to make sure players have the flexibility to experience the game according to their own preferences and play style.”
PR’s here. StarCraft II releases on July 27 worldwide.
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