Three New Commanders Revealed for Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void Co-Op Missions

by on September 28, 2015

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is nearly here, and with it comes more details on the standalone expansion’s co-operative missions. Blizzard Entertainment has revealed three brand new commanders on their blog, adding to the recently announced trio of Raynor, Kerrigan and Artanis.

The three new commanders to choose from are:

  • Swann – A mechanical master with a huge laser drill built for ultimate destruction, and the ability to construct armies, spaceships and turrets to use on the battlefield.
  • Zagara – Part of the Zerg, Zagara will be able to spawn relentless waves of her own kind against your enemies (including the fierce hunter killers) and send friendly units into a frenzy to vastly increase their combat prowess.
  • Vorazun – Vorazun has the ability to manipulate the battlefield with stealth abilities and ancient technology, such as the ability to stop time itself; you’ll have some of the most versatile and advanced technology available in the StarCraft universe at your disposal.

In the exciting new play mode coming to Legacy of the Void, Allied Commanders lets you team up with a friend to take part in an “open-ended co-op experience,” choosing one of the six commanders to participate in diverse scenarios with campaign-style objectives.

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is released on November 10 for Microsoft Windows and OS X.

If you are excited about the release of Legacy of the Void, Blizzard Entertainment has also released an animated video telling you more about the Protoss in the events leading up to the game. You can watch it below: