What is Starcraft II?
Starcraft II is a real-time strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment that was launched back in 2010.
It is a sequel to the 2000 game Starcraft and Starcraft Broodwarand has garnered wide acclaim thanks to the fact that it did the franchise justice.
In fact, it ended up replacing its predecessor as the most streamed game in Esports.
Later on, Starcraft II ( Also known as Starcraft II – Wings of Liberty) was followed by two expansions:
- Starcraft II – Heart of the Swarm
- Starcraft II – Legacy of the Void
⚔️ What can you do in Starcraft II?
Players get to control one of three different factions: Terrans, Zerg, and Protoss, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, and the goal is to defeat the other opponents on the map.
Gameplay starts up slowly as players need to first gather resources, build a solid economy and base, and only then can the fighting ensue.
You can play either in a campaign following 3 distinct storylines, or you can also fight online skirmishes with other players in PvP battles.
Players can even join servers form regions they don’t belong to, but in order o do that they need to use a VPN.
🛡️ How do I get Starcraft II?
Starcraft II is a one-time-purchase game, meaning once you’ve purchased it, you can play it forever.
Downloading the game is done easily via the Battle.Net client, and that is also where you can get all of the future updates, fixes, and it is also the place where you can uninstall it from.
🔧 What are the main Starcraft II questions asked by players?
Given Starcraft II’s popularity and the sheer amount of players on it, issue reports are equally frequent.
That being said, here are some of the most common Starcraft II errors that we’ve covered: