Starcrat II Wings of Liberty Players Cry Foul on Glitches – The sequel to the long awaited game, Starcraft was officially released July 27. It was released during a Starcraft II Midnight release event attended by hundreds of Starcraft fans.
Two days after the official release of the game some players are already crying foul over the new Starcraft game. It’s online Facebook page have reached close to 500,000 fans and still increasing. Lots of praises are posted but there are some who reveals some of the glitches in the game.
“Dear Blizzard: You should make it very clear that if you lose connection while playing the campaign your PROGRESS WILL NOT BE SAVED EVEN IF YOU CLICK ‘SAVE.’ I lost connection to bnet shortly after starting it up yesterday, and beat the campaign. Log in today? Nothing saved since the ghost/spectre mission. Thanks,” says Brian Carroll in her post.
Another Facebook fan noticed that in Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty, Blizzard seem to bank on the long wait for the sequel. They are now charging $60 for one campaign instead of the usual 3 campaigns. Yes, that is right since Blizzard will soon release 2 expansions in the future which contains the Zerg and Protoss campaign.
Starcraft 2 also lacks LAN support which according to the post “is pretty annoying, especially when battle.net goes down”
Other than that in order to play a single player game, a user must log-in to his Battle.net account which for most players including me are not a very good idea.
If all the comments we so far received and heard the most common is the eventual exclusion or lack of LAN support for Starcraft 2. Besides Battle.net people in the neighborhood or on an ordinary network should still be able to play, after all this had been part of the original game.
For others who would like to share their experiences on Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty do post it here. We would love to read about them.To receive updates from WWNN.co.uk directly to your e-mail, you can subscribe to us for free by entering your e-mail address here and confirming your subscription by clicking the link that will be sent to your e-mail address.