Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void is the last episode of the Starcraft II storyline, and it is a fitting end at that. Fans of the Starcraft series will be able to dive right into the story as soon as they take on its superb campaign missions. All of the units, structures, and environment are beautifully designed which are all completed with lush animations. There is an even more accessible online and co-op play experience. If you are into real-time strategy games, then it would be a sin to pass this up.
Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void is a Fitting End to the Saga
Once you start playing Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void, all doubts about the game being your rudimentary Starcraft game will vanish. It shows that Blizzard puts out their best efforts into the creation of this videogame. Everything about it is a fantastic package.
When 2010 rolled in, Blizzard gave us Sons of Liberty, which is a tale of the Terran revolution. That story was mingled with dark revelations about what to come as to the fate of the Zerg and the Protoss races. In 2013, Heart of the Swarm came into the scene. This time, it focused on the Queen of Blades, Kerrigan, as the center of the story. In Legacy of the Void, the story revolves around the Protoss as they try to reclaim their homeland of Aiur from the forces of the Zerg swarm.
The story in this epic end to the saga is brought to life with a good percentage of supporting cast and a good number of main heroes. The campaigns are varied and are at the right pace. It follows a relatively small crawl as you capture victory across missions. There are big defensive missions, missions that have winning conditions that change midway through the level, and missions with timed objectives. All of these add to the versatility of the game as players need to fine-tune their strategies and tactics in order to advance properly.
It also helps that the Protoss race has some formidable units. There are, of course, new enemy units to duke it out with. This brings in plenty of challenge. Each unit serves its own purpose as individual capabilities will matter.
Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void is a great climax to the Starcraft II saga. It combines the Starcraft multiplayer experience with what could be the strongest campaign mode in all of three episodes of the saga.