updated - January 22, 2019 Tuesday EST
The closed beta version of "StarCraft II: Legacy Of The Void" has gone live two days ago and gamers are now looking forward to get their hands-on the game.
But gamers must note that Blizzard will not be giving away any invites as of the moment, instead the game developer will directly "flag" players' Battle.net accounts, and will not notify players via e-mail.
Blizzard noted that if players received an e-mail or signed up for a key, they must take "steps to ensure the security" of their Battle.net accounts.
''At the start of the beta test, we will be directly flagging Battle.net accounts for access and will not be sending beta keys until later on in the beta cycle. If you've been selected to participate, you'll see a Beta: Legacy of the Void option under StarCraft II's region selection drop-down menu in the Battle.net desktop app,'' the website stated.
''It will be listed under the 'In Development' header where you normally find the PTR. A welcome email should also have been sent to your registered Battle.net email address.'' the website added.
Players may also gain access on the beta test by simply navigating through their Beta Profile Settings in Battle.net account management and "check the box for the StarCraft universe, then click Update Preferences.''
Beta testers are then chosen through a variety of factors that include: system specs, recent StarCraft II activity, and "an element of luck."
Blizzard also noted that ''only the registered email used to purchase the tickets online will be able to access the beta test, regardless of how many tickets were purchased.''
Meanwhile, players who purchased a ticket to BlizzCon 2014, "StarCraft II" WCS 2014 Global Finals, and BlizzCon 2014 Virtual Ticket holders will be given "priority access" than those who opted in for beta access.
Meanwhile, patch 2.5.0 was launched for the "Starcraft 2 "on its official blog. See full list of patch notes here
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