StarCraft II Will Be Playable Offline+Special Edition Details

Posted: Apr 9 2010, 5:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:30pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Nerds, rejoice! Blizzard has not forsaken thee. Inside sources have informed Fudzilla that, contrary to early reports, the game will be playable without an Internet connection. Gamers will need to load the game up once and activate it on Battle.net. After that, no connection to the Internet will be required for single player.

In addition, Fudzilla has found the details of the StarCraft II Special Edition pack. It will cost $99 and come with a 176 page art book, a sound-track DVD, an in-game WoW pet, a behind the scenes DVD, and a 2 GB dog tag flash drive that has a copy of the original StarCraft and Brood War. Pretty awesome, right? There will also be some additional in-game content, like altered unit portraits and customization options.

I'll tell you this right now; the game is worth $99. I've been playing the beta for the last month, and everything about it is wonderful. SC II is basically the original with much prettier graphics and some new units, and that's exactly what we wanted.

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