StarCraft II: Wings Of Liberty Comes With Protoss "Mini-campaign"

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Fans of StarCraft's Protoss may not have to wait until 2011—or later—to get their hands on the teleporting, psionic blade-wielding alien race. The Protoss will apparently get their own mini-campaign in the first part of StarCraft II's trilogy.

While we weren't expecting to take control of the Protoss in anything but multiplayer until StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void shipped, looks like we're getting a small taste of the faction's single-player action this year.

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A Blizzard employee writes on the official Battle.net forums "there will be a Protoss mini-campaign that lets you control Protoss units" in StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, the Terran third of the campaign.

"This part of the campaign mode is of course way shorter than the Terran part, but it is very fun to have a very different playstyle to add even more variety to the game," wrote the Blizzard Europe RTS Community Team member.

Just don't expect it to go too far beyond "mini."

"That being said, the Protoss mini-campaign will not prepare you for the multiplayer as Protoss, you won't be using all units or getting to know buildings and upgrades," indicated the Blizzard staffer. There go my dreams of moving to Korea and going pro, mini-campaign! Thanks for nothing.

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Protoss short campaign in Wings of Liberty [Battle.net via Joystiq]

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Seeing as the original really had the 3 campaigns already in there, I'm fairly disappointed that they're pulling this "expansion" bullshit. The original StarCraft's expansion was another full game, not just additional campaigns. Will each of these campaigns comprise a full 30 missions? I have my doubts.

I either intend on giving this one a pass, despite wanting to play it...

Or more likely, I'll pirating the hell out of it like some sort of pirate wench, and I don't really pirate many things. That being said, when developers and publishers give me a solid reason to "fight the machine" by pulling shit like this, I pirate things utterly out of spite and my arrogant and unauthorized duty to keep the excessively greedy side of capitalism in check. Who's with me?