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StarCraft 2 Battle Chest 2.0 (all 3 SC2 games) - £20.89 @ cdkeys w/code
StarCraft 2 Battle Chest 2.0 (all 3 SC2 games) - £20.89 @ cdkeys w/code

StarCraft 2 Battle Chest 2.0 (all 3 SC2 games) - £20.89 @ cdkeys w/code

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Given Legacy of the Void is going for about £14-15 alone this seemed a pretty decent price. It'll show as £21.99 but you can get 5% off by going to cdkeys Facebook page and hitting like (code changes frequently so you'll have to get the current one when you're buying it). It'll ask for your email but you can type any old nonsense in and it'll still work.

On my mobile so sorry if there's any mistakes or if it's a dupe (I promise I checked as best I could), I'll fix any errors in the morning.

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Starcraft 2 Battlechest 2.0 includes:

Starcraft 2 : Wings of Liberty
Starcraft 2 : Heart of the Swarm
Starcraft 2 : Legacy of the Void
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty:

Welcome the Koprulu sector. You are Jim Raynor, and you're on a crusade to bring down the Dominion and its nefarious leader, Arcturus Mengsk. Haunted by betrayal and remorse, some believe you've given up the fight. But you have promises to keep – and a need for vengeance that’s long overdue.

Call Down the Thunder
Whether you command the mysterious Protoss, the nomadic Terrans, or the ruthless Zerg, you must decide how to outwit or outgun the enemy in an unforgiving universe of intense strategic combat.
Weapons Primed
Devise and deploy merciless strategies with over 30 new units and weapons at your command. Torch foes with the Hellion’s flamethrower, ambush adversaries with acid-spewing Banelings, or deploy the Void Ray’s prismatic beam to annihilate your enemies.
Join the eSports Community
Whether cheering on the underdog or rooting for a fan favorite, millions have experienced the thrill of battle and the rush of victory through StarCraft's vibrant eSports community. Now it's your turn.
Epic Sci-Fi Story
With all-new single player missions, you'll lead the Terrans across the galaxy in a quest for glory, redemption, and revenge. You choose which missions to take, which storylines to complete, and where to invest your hard-earned cash.
Create, Share, and Download
With the included StarCraft II Editor, you can create your own campaigns, maps, and mods. Share your creations on Battle.net, and experience what the StarCraft community has to offer!
Starcraft 2 : Heart of the Swarm

As Queen of Blades, Sarah Kerrigan, you were once the most feared entity in the galaxy. Now, you wait in a cell in the depths of a high-security research laboratory. Before the murderous forces of the Terran Dominion close in, you must plot your escape to the dark reaches of space – and reclaim your living empire at the Heart of the Swarm.

New Weapons of War
Incinerate advancing foes with the Hellbat, seize air superiority with the Tempest, engulf entrenched enemies with the Swarm Host, and more with seven devastating new units.
Unleash Hell
Embark on a path of furious vengeance in a brand new campaign centered around the Zerg. Unlock Kerrigan’s powers in 20 new missions, and swarm from planet to planet aboard your moon-sized zerg Leviathan.
Adapt and Destroy
Special Evolution missions allow you to evolve your brood for maximum devastation. You will choose how the Zerg should adapt to best conquer all in their path.
Starcraft 2 : Legacy of the Void

All things must come to an end —— but with the psionic power of the Protoss on your side, fear is an illusion. Guide the Protoss as they struggle to unite the three races in the ultimate battle for survival against an ancient evil threatening all life in the universe. Experience the epic conclusion to the StarCraft II trilogy and find out who perseveres in the face of adversity.

Get Your Arch On
With the cooperative Archon Mode, you and a friend share control over a single base and army. Develop detailed game plans and focus your attentions to take down your adversaries.
Form Alliances
With the Allied Commanders cooperative mode, join forces with a friend and take on the role of a StarCraft commander as you battle through scenarios, level up, and show off your real-time strategy skill in a team environment.
Artanis in Heroes of the Storm
Purchase Legacy of the Void and gain access to Artanis when he enters the Nexus. Uphold the honor and glory of the Protoss and brawl it out in Heroes of the Storm!
Strike from the Shadows
Explore the strategic depths of the game with six fresh units -- two for each race -- and enjoy new abilities for the units you already know and love.
Join the eSports Community
Whether cheering on the underdog or rooting for a fan favorite, millions have experienced the thrill of battle and the rush of victory through StarCraft's vibrant eSports community – now it's your turn.
Command Vast Armies
Legacy of the Void includes 4 new Allied Commanders, so you can jump into co-op missions ready to win. With Protoss weapons expert Karax, chief Terran engineer Rory Swann, Zerg broodmother Zagara, and masterful Protoss warrior Vorazun to choose from, you're sure to find a Commander that suits your play style.

5 Comments

Tempting.

I've been meaning to pick up/play the expansion packs. Now I can finally own the whole collection and still not get around to playing them

I'll end up buying it I just know it. If this was on Steam my subconscious would have completed checkout already.

Original Poster

K1LLER HORNET

Tempting. I've been meaning to pick up/play the expansion packs. Now I … Tempting. I've been meaning to pick up/play the expansion packs. Now I can finally own the whole collection and still not get around to playing them ;)I'll end up buying it I just know it. If this was on Steam my subconscious would have completed checkout already.



Starcraft's not on Steam though so you'll have to settle for battlenet if you do want it regardless of where you buy it

Battenberg

Starcraft's not on Steam though so you'll have to settle for battlenet if … Starcraft's not on Steam though so you'll have to settle for battlenet if you do want it regardless of where you buy it



True. Was just saying if it was available on Steam I'd have bought it while asleep or something

Original Poster

K1LLER HORNET

True. Was just saying if it was available on Steam I'd have bought it … True. Was just saying if it was available on Steam I'd have bought it while asleep or something



This isn't meant as a dig at you but I always find it odd how beholden people are to Steam and how reluctant they are to even try playing games through Origin, Battlenet, or, heaven forbid, DRM free (Uplay I totally get, no end of bad experiences with that one). I get that it's convenient having everything in one place but Steam's not significantly better than those platforms and a few extra clicks to load a game/ a few extra mb of space for the client doesn't seem like a significant downside to me.
Edited by: "Battenberg" 11th Dec 2016

Battenberg

This isn't meant as a dig at you but I always find it odd how beholden … This isn't meant as a dig at you but I always find it odd how beholden people are to Steam and how reluctant they are to even try playing games through Origin, Battlenet, or, heaven forbid, DRM free (Uplay I totally get, no end of bad experiences with that one). I get that it's convenient having everything in one place but Steam's not significantly better than those platforms and a few extra clicks to load a game/ a few extra mb of space for the client doesn't seem like a significant downside to me.



I personally use Origin and like it almost as much as steam. The one thing they need to really implement is the ability to move installed games easily.
The main reason why I'd pick Steam over even DRM Free GoG is to have everything or as much as possible in one place. I'm happy spreading my games across 2 clients but any more seems to be start to get a bit messy to me.
I've now been forced to start a collection on the Windows Store due to the play anywhere scheme which is yet another place my games are stored but at least that's part of the OS.
Maybe it would be different if Battlenet had more games the appealed to me but I think if I pick this up it will be on its own for some time.
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