The final expansion/standalone entry of Starcraft II, Legacy of the Void, is going to be offering some bonus goodies for Blizzard's other hit games.

Blizzard Entertainment has revealed the digital deluxe edition of Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void. This version costs $59.99 compared to the $39.99 regular edition, but it is going to come with all kinds of bonuses for both Starcraft and Blizzard's other games. For Starcraft II, you'll be getting some new Protoss-inspired portraits as well as a new Protoss unit skin for the digital deluxe edition, which looks quite badass. Heroes of the Storm players will be able to get the Void Seeker mount, which looks a lot better than that horse you start off with. Diablo III players will get a Probe pet and a set of Protoss transmog armor. Legacy of the Void's deluxe version will also include a Protoss-themed card pack for Hearthstone. Our favorite bonus would have to be the Archon pet for World of Warcraft, which will go great with the Murloc Marine, Thor, Zergling, Baneling and other Starcraft-inspired pets to hit the MMORPG over the years.

While no definitive release date has been set, Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void will launch sometime in late 2015 or early 2016. The best thing about Legacy of the Void is that you don't need to own the previous episodes of Starcraft II to play it, and we're sure the game will offer some videos or summaries of the previous episodes for those new to the series.

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