StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void closed beta kicks off March 31
The closed beta for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void, the third installment of Blizzard's real-time strategy sequel, will kick off March 31 for participating players.
The StarCraft II Legacy of the Void Beta is on the way, and with only two weeks left until its launch we wanted to take a look at the goals and expectations around the multiplayer beta. As you are likely aware, we’ve been trying to be as open as possible with the status of our development, and strongly believe that the increased cooperation between developers and players is beneficial to StarCraft II. To be clear, our goal for this expansion is to work together with all of you to make Legacy of the Void as awesome as possible.
For this reason, we decided to start the beta sooner than we normally would have in the past. This should provide ample time for feedback and iteration. However, this naturally results in a few things:
- Some things at the start of the beta will feel more rough than usual.
- We will be missing some units, improvements, features, etc.
- The beta will run for a longer period of time than usual.
- We will need your play-testing support, as well as the feedback about your experiences in the beta, in order to really work together on this expansion.
StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void's closed beta test will kick off March 31, when beta invites will start rolling out to players.