StarCraft II director Dustin Browder to make guest appearance at HotS launch

StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm

By on February 26, 2013 at 5:41 pm

Blizzard have announced that Dustin Browder, the man behind StarCraft II as we know it, will be flying in to make a guest appearance at the Federation Square launch event for Heart of the Swarm.

The night will also feature digital speed painting by 3D Artist Luke Mancini, and a developer Q&A as well as live exhibition matches between notable Aussie eSports luminaries such as Andrew “mOOnGLaDe” Pender, Jared “PiG” Krensel, Mark “yang” Richardson and Daniel “deth” Hayne.

If you can’t make it to Melbourne’s Federation Square at 8PM AEDT on March 11, the whole event will be livestreamed (as part of the rolling coverage of all the global launch events at Blizzard’s official livestream site.

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How does one make a “guest” appearance at the launch of their own game?

 

nekosan:
How does one make a “guest” appearance at the launch of their own game?

Maybe he’s a Wizard and can do what he wants?

 
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