The Protoss leaders recall their history and decide whether or not to take back their homeworld in this story trailer for StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void.

Blizzard has posted a new story trailer, setting up the events of StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void from the perspective of the Protoss high command. Watch as the Protoss leaders debate on whether or not they should rally together the remnants of their empire in order to try and take back Aiur, their homeworld. For over two thousand years, Aiur was the center of the Protoss empire, until the Zerg arrived. The Zerg Overmind settled on the planet, and it became infested by ginormous bugs. I'm sure most of the hardcore RTS and eSports players out there don't really give a crap about StarCraft II's story, but I always enjoy most of Blizzard's fictional universes.

The release of Legacy of the Void will mark the end of the StarCraft II trilogy, which originally started five years ago with the Terrans. Two years ago, we got the game's Zerg-oriented expansion. As before, we're going in the order of the Terrans, Zerg and Protoss in order to wrap up this story. Here's to hoping Warcraft IV is next.

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void will launch on Nov. 10 for PC. Legacy of the Void acts as a standalone expansion, meaning those without StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty or the Heart of the Swarm expansion are able to play it by its lonesome, despite it continuing the story of StarCraft II's previous two chapters.

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