If there’s one thing that can be said about Blizzard it’s that they know how to make trailers. Protoss-focused Legacy of the Void comes out on the 10th of November, the third and final expansion for five year-old Starcraft II – the second thing you can say about Blizzard games is that they last a decent while. It’ll be a stand-alone campaign and will not require vanilla Starcraft II to play, adding alongside its single-player game new units and balancing for the multiplayer component. Details here.
Oh, and for those wondering what APM is and what’s the relation between carpal tunnel syndrome and Starcraft:
You’ve never been truly annoyed by someone finger tapping a table until you’ve seen a Starcraft player do it.