For Aiur! Blizzard releases games "when they're done," and one's about to come out of the oven. StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is nearly here, and it has a new trailer, too. Check it out, it's worth it:
For those not in the know, Starcraft II was divided into three games, but unlike sleeping aids such as The Hobbit, Blizzard didn't use copious amounts of stretching and padding to get there—each part is an entire game in its own right. Legacy of the Void continues where Heart of the Swarm left off. The swarming Zerg are invading planet Aiur, home of the techno-mystical Protoss race. Now, in the body and multi-octave voice of Hierarch Artanis, it's up to you to unify and command the Protoss to reclaim glory and homeworld both.
Besides an all-new campaign, the new title further expands Starcraft II's multiplayer feature set. Players can now join Automated Tournaments, which run every day at specific times for players of all levels. Co-op play gets a boost, too. Archon Mode will let two players command a single base, while Allied Commanders will let players from different game factions join forces against a common enemy.
Blizzard says Legacy of the Void will be released on November 10, and fans of the series can preorder here.