StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is a strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment for the PC. The game was released on July 27, 2010.
There aren't many gamers out there that don't know about StarCraft. Released back in 1998, Blizzard's epic sci-fi real-time strategy game helped popularize the genre, and is still being played religiously in countries like South Korea to this very day. With that kind of devout following, Blizzard had their work cut out for them in creating the highly anticipated sequel. Read More.
Previews and Features
StarCraft fans are a patient bunch. It's been twelve, long years since the innovative RTS invaded computers across the world in March of 1998… back in a time when the threat of Y2K was ever looming, and the Winter Olympics were being held in Nagano. Since then, Blizzard has not only released Diablo II and it's expansion, but a total of five Warcraft titles as well. Read More.
E-Sports are on the rise. Announced earlier this week, the North American Star League (NASL) is set to become "the premiere Starcraft 2 event in North America." Modeled after GomTV's Global Starcraft 2 League (GSL) in South Korea, the league will feature 50 of the world's best Starcraft 2 players weekly. Read More.
Following several years of development and an extensive beta test that resulted in focused feedback from thousands of players worldwide, Blizzard Entertainment is pleased to announce that StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is now on sale worldwide. Read More.
Blizzard Entertainment announced that its real-time strategy game, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, will arrive in stores throughout most locations globally starting on July 27, 2010. Players will also be able to purchase StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty directly from Blizzard Entertainment shortly after the retail launch. Read More.