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Monday, 18 June 2012 08:31

Hart of the Swarm said to be 99% completed

Written by David Stellmack



Still no official release date announced from Blizzard


The next StarCraft II expansion still has no official release date from Blizzard, but apparently Hart of the Swarm is 99% completed and they are close to getting that last 1% done.

Dustin Browder told Kotaku that it is 99% completed, the missions are playable and the units are in place. Apparently, the team is still testing and polishing, but it is hard to say if it is going to head into release or not. There are some 250 items that they still want to fix, but it surely seems that they are ahead of schedule.

Sources tell us that if they are going to announce a release date it will be soon. It would be nice to get it out for the holiday season, or at least that is apparently what they are shooting for, one source confirms to us.

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