Blizzard is giving away full copies of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty for free

It appears that Blizzard is giving away full copies of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty for free to users. At this point, it appears that Blizzard is giving away the first part of the StarCraft 2 trilogy randomly to users, therefore we strongly suggest checking your account in case you’ve already received a free copy of it.

Do note that Blizzard is giving away the full copy of StarCraft 2: Wings of Libery and not StarCraft II: Starter Edition; the free version of StarCraft 2 that has been available for a while.

Blizzard has not officially announced anything yet, though we are pretty sure that the company will eventually issue a press release.

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty was released on July 27, 2010. With day-one sales topping 1 million copies, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty became the bestselling PC game of 2010 within its first 24 hours of availability. The game went on to sell more than 1.5 million copies in its first 48 hours, setting the record for fastest-selling strategy game of all time, and has won numerous critical accolades, including multiple editor’s choice awards from major gaming publications.

The solo campaign for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty continues the epic saga where it left off in StarCraft: Brood War. The game focuses on the Terran and follows Jim Raynor as he attempts to redeem himself and save the Terran from the Zerg.

Players are able to tailor the experience, choosing their own mission path and selecting technology and research upgrades to suit their playing style throughout the 29-mission campaign.


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