StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Bonus Footage

In this exclusive video, we’re showing off many of the and systems coming in II: , including a few shots of the new single-player . StarCraft II: Heart of the launches on March 12, 2013. You can pre-purchase your copy digitally at and be ready to take command the moment the game goes live!

StarCraft Heroes – Abathur.

Abathur is an ancient organism that has long served as the “evolution master” — a guiding hand that weaves together strands of Zerg DNA into mutations of existing Zerg and entirely new species. Left to his own devices, the Abathur’s approach to the swarm’s evolution is quite unorthodox:

Planets StarCraft – New Folsom.

Due to its rich mineral resources, attempts were made to set up mining colonies, but the first three attempts failed. New Folsom had the greatest concentration of catalytic elements in Confederacy territory. These are required to forge Neosteel.

StarCraft Units – Battlecruiser.

These gigantic, heavily armed battleships are flying fortresses constructed to secure the Koprulu Sector’s space routes and keep the peace. Equipped with powerful laser batteries and protected by heavy neosteel armor plates, these space cruisers are among the most powerful starships in the entire Terran dominion. It was not uncommon for commanders to use heavy cruisers as their flagships during their extended campaigns.

StarCraft Missions – Evolution of the Ultralisk.

Nine of the thirteen Terran colonial worlds now lie in ruins. The Protoss expeditionary force has largely retreated, and Emperor Mengsk is attempting to resurrect a new empire in the ruins of the Terran Confederacy.

StarCraft Buildings – Barracks.

The Barracks (Rax for short) is the infantry production building for Terran; allowing them to build Marines, Marauders, Reapers and Ghosts. It is commonly used as part of a Terran wall-in and can be lifted off the ground and landed elsewhere after it has been constructed.

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StarCraft is a real-time strategy game developed by and released in 1998. In the same year, the only official , StarCraft: BroodWar, was released, which continues the story of the basic game and includes new game contents. In 2000, the game, including the expansion, was adapted by Mass Media and Nintendo for the Nintendo 64 gaming platform. With more than 9.5 million copies sold, StarCraft was the best-selling real-time strategy game in August 2007. On April 19, 2017, StarCraft was released for free, including the BroodWar expansion and some customization’s.

26 Replies to “StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Bonus Footage”

Blizz u always made my days, always got great stories, i just dont understand one thing: why u guys spend most of the time on wow? U guys could make epic off- stories in sc2 custom games, and if warcraft comes back… The story should tell about varian forces on draenor… If u do, u guys got billions of kiss :333333

Note that the end of the world threat didn't come into play until maybe 3/4 of the way through the game, and even then, it's really only set up in the closing cinematic. While it would have been nice to focus more on Kerrigan than Kerrigan/Jim, the fact that she is now capable of feeling human emotion (including remorse) is one of the key factors of the expansion. It's about her quest for revenge, yes, but also trying to find a balance between her old identity and the new Queen of Blades.

If a movie would be announced just the fact that It's real people playing the roles of Kerrigan, Jim and others would make it a lot less immersive for me. They just can't appeal to me the way Blizzard's cinematics and even the miaaion briefings from sc1 and BW did. That's my opinion

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