'StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void' Latest News & Updates: Why Stukov's Dual-Race Army is One of the Strongest

By Ruffy , Updated Dec 15, 2016 07:26 AM EST
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"StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void" will be got a new update recently which is version 3.9.0. The new content that was added in the new update may only be minor, but players can buy a new commander for co-op missions. Aside from that, some bugs were also fixed in the latest update of the game.

It was reported recently that Stukov is one of the new commanders that can be chosen for co-op missions. What is unique about the new commander in "StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void" is that he actually leads an army that is dual-race specifically a mix of Terran and Zerg. Stukov's army can also produce a lot of unit without spending a lot of resources.

Furthermore, the first mixed-race army of "StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void" offers some strong units from Terran and Zerg. One example is the Apocolisk where the unit is actually based on an ultralisk, but it carries equipment from the Terrans. On the other, the classic battlecruiser also has its Zerg counterpart called the Aleksander.

Players can get Stukov in "StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void" as long as gamers purchase the Super Nova Bundle which also contains the Nova Co-op Commander and the Nova announcer. It was also reported recently that Nova as an announcer is funny since she is very familiar with how Terrans do their operations, but when it comes to Zerg and Protoss, it seems that she has no idea with what they are doing. "You have to place that thing on creep," and Metamorphosis complete...I think," are some of the examples that Nova says about the other races.

Other additions to the update are four 1v1 multiplayer maps called Abyssal Reef, Paladino Terminal, Proxima Station, and Honorgrounds. Update version 3.9.0 is now available for "StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void.

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