StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void Special Editions Come With Items for Other Games

The upcoming expansion to StarCraft II is getting several different editions.

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StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, the last expansion to StarCraft II, will have several different editions, developer Blizzard announced today.

There are three different versions of the game available for purchase: standard, Deluxe, and Collector's. Notably, the Deluxe and Collector's Editions come with a bunch of digital items for different Blizzard games. Both editions include:

The Collector's Edition also comes with Protoss-themed portraits and character skins for Legacy of the Void, a hardcover StarCraft field manual, a DVD with special features and the game's cinematics, and Legacy of the Void's soundtrack.

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In addition, all versions come with a StarCraft character for Heroes of the Storm to be announced later.

Preorders for the standard, Deluxe, and Collector's Editions are open now. The Standard costs $40, the Deluxe is available for $60, and the Collector's Edition costs $80.

If you preorder the game, you'll have immediate access to Legacy of the Void's three-mission prologue, Whispers of Oblivion. The prologue is free and will be available to everyone later on, but people who preorder can play it now through the expansion's beta test.

Legacy of the Void launches this winter on PC.

Finally, Blizzard announced that Heart of the Swarm--the first StarCraft 2 expansion--is now available as a standalone game, meaning it does not require Wings of Liberty to play.

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