Seven years after launch, Blizzard is taking one of its cornerstone games and making it free to play on November 14. Announced at BlizzCon over the weekend, StarCraft 2 will allow any and all fans to stretch their fingers inside of the Wings of Liberty campaign for no cost at all, while also giving those players access to the ranked ladder, the latest balancing updates and a co-operative mode.
Battleborn wasn’t the hit that Gearbox and publisher 2K hoped it would be. Trying to take some of the Borderlands Magic and apply it to the MOBA template didn’t work out in Gearbox’s favour. Could a free-to-play push help?
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