You can now grab Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty for free

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For players who already owned Wings of Liberty, Blizzard is also offering the second part of the "StarCraft II" campaign, the Heart of the Swarm expansion, for free instead.

While Wings of Liberty is now free for everyone to enjoy, players still need to purchase all the subsequent campaigns - Heart of the Swarm, Legacy of the Void, and Nova Covert Ops - for $15 each.

Players will also be able to permanently access all the multiplayer units in Unranked and Custom games as well as the ranked multiplayer ladder.

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After the game was installed, you're good to go.

Game players must be thrilled since the StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is now available for free.

If you do not have a Battle.net account, you will need to sign up for one using the registration page.

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Players will get access to the first campaign, the ranked ladder and the highly popular co-op mode.

Blizzard has also introduced a "welcome" experience for newbie players with version 4.0 of StarCraft II, which allows you to select your level of RTS experience, with more guidance and introductory videos on hand for true novices. StarCraft II will work with either Windows or Mac. Scroll down and look for StarCraft II. So yep, despite going free-to-play, Starcraft II won't feature any extra currencies or microtransactions. If you are one of the gamers who purchased it before October 31st, then Blizzard will offer you a digital copy of StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm. While the co-op mode is free, and Raynor, Kerrigan, and Artanis can be played to maximum level, other co-op commanders are limited to level five (you'll need to buy them in order to push them beyond that limit). All you have to do is log in between November 8 and December 8 to claim it through the Battle.net client (there should be a little gift icon in the upper-right corner). Incidentally, the new Commander Han and Horner, which is a team made up of Mira Han and Matt Horner, are also making their debut at the same time as the free-to-play launch.

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