StarCraft Universe unveils multiplayer demo as Kickstarter comes to a close

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By on September 9, 2013 at 11:06 am

Last month Tim brought us news of the kickstarter project underway to help complete StarCraft Universe – the StarCraft MMO being built by fans with the blessing of Blizzard. Now with a mere 48 hours left before the Kickstarter project finishes, the team behind it are just $3402 shy of their $80,000 target. A new update spotted by PC Gamer on the weekend announced Upheaval Arts’ latest demonstration of their plans for the MMO, in the form of a new multiplayer module named Final Testament – in which a group of five takes on the endgame style raid boss Testament in a multi-phase encounter.

Like the single player prologue Chronicles of Fate, Final Testament can be found by searching the StarCraft Arcade for SC Universe: Final Testament, or via this backer post on Kickstarter. Note that you don’t and will never need the full version of StarCraft 2 to play StarCraft Universe mods – they are available in the free Starter Edition too – and Upheaval Arts strongly suggest you play Chronicles of Fate first. In the meantime, you can watch a video of the boss battle with commentary embedded below.

Source: PC Gamer

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“Korrigan”
Typo there Lian ! it’s Kerrigan

Looks pretty amazing free starcraft MMO sign me up !

 
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