Heart of the Swarm zerg-rushes stores, sells 1.1 million copies in two days

StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm

By on March 22, 2013 at 10:41 am

Blizzard have very excitedly flooded the internet with zerglings to announce that Heart of the Swarm blitzed through 1.1 million sales in just 48 hours.

Viewer numbers on their livestream events and their coverage of the MLG Winter Championship in Dallas were also similarly excellent, and well deserved for what is generally a thoroughly well-made game with plenty of community-driven tweaks.

You can watch our video review of the single-player campaign here, or read our detailed analsysis of the multiplayer changes as well.

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Good on em, it is a great game

 
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