Some gamers were disappointed with the sequel of their favorite game Starcraft. Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty which was released Tuesday, July 27 had been well applauded by fans. Thousands of pre-orders of the game as well as same day order were made in order to finally get their hands in playing the sequel after 12 year. However, some player had been disappointed.
The major complaint we have heard so far about Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty is its lack of LAN support or the ability to play over a simple home network with a group of friends. It seems that Blizzard wants to maximize Battle.net play thus they have shutdown the LAN option.
Others who have purchased the game are complaining about the decision to spread the campaign of the three races into three installments rather than a single release. The only campaign available in Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty is the Terran campaign.
The other campaigns will be released in the next expansion packs. Heart of the Swarm will contain the Zerg campaign and Legacy of the Void will contain the Protoss campaign. Player, however seems to dislike this since now they have to pay for another $60 for each of those expansion packs plus the $60 they pay for Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty.
Another complaint they have is the requirement to log-in to Battle.net even when you are in a single player campaign. A requirement which annoyed many players.
Since things like this is expected, players are also expecting a patch for Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty in the next few days. Meanwhile, enjoy another game preview of Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty. Tell us what you think.
STARCRAFT II: Wings of Liberty Campaign Gameplay
STARCRAFT II: Wings of Liberty - Protoss Gameplay Video
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