StarCraft II is going free-to-play this November 14
StarCraft II is going free-to-play this November 14

After more than seven years after its launch, developer Blizzard Entertainment is making StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty, the famous RTS game and its first campaign, free-to-play.

The announcement came during BlizzCon 2017 held this week, in a move that will open StarCraft 2 up to a broader audience.

Starting November 14, you’ll have free access to the original Wings of Liberty single-player campaign and every Co-op Commander, and will be able to unlock access to StarCraft II’s competitive multiplayer content for free.

In other words, you can play all of StarCraft II’s multiplayer, every Co-op Commander, and the entire first campaign in the single-player story, for free.

The other single-player campaigns— Heart of the Swarm, Legacy of the Void, and Nova Covert Ops will be available to purchase individually for $14.99 each or as a bundle for $39.99

You will only be able to play upcoming new Co-op Commanders released for free until they reach level 5.

Those who have already purchased any of the three campaigns as of October 31, They’ll receive a small thank-you in the form of an exclusive Ghost skin as well as three new portraits.