Starcraft 2 is going free-to-play
The interstellar battle between the Terran, Zerg, and Protoss is about to consume even more of the galaxy, as Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty is going free-to-play from 14 November 2017 onwards. The elite multiplayer competition of Starcraft 2's ranked ladder, which also includes the latest units and balance updates through the latest Legacy of the Void series. Blizzard has also expanded access to the co-op mode, with all Co-op Commanders will be playable without paying a single cent.
For players who already own Wings of Liberty, Blizzard will be giving out the Heart of the Swarm expansion at no additional cost. All you have to do is login to Blizzard Battle.net desktop app before December 8, 2017 to receive it. Other single-player campaigns will be available for purchase at $14.99 each or together in the Campaign Collection at $39.99 through the online Blizzard Shop.