StarCraft II Demo Arrives, Better Late than Never

on December 21, 2010 8:00 PM

StarCraft II Demo Arrives, Better Late than Never

The playable demo for what may be this year’s biggest PC title is finally available. StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty dropped back in July to rave reviews and unanimous praise. However, there was never a demo released and wary potential customers had very few options to try the game before they took the particularly pricey plunge and bought it.

Well, if you are still wondering whether or not you should pick up this game, two million copies and nearly half a year later, then you are in luck. Blizzard released the playable demo today and it encompasses the first three single player missions, although there is no multiplayer. Now you can finally see if the game is worth your time and money, you late, late bloomer you.

[Blizzard]

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