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Post by trog @ 04:02pm 02/07/09 | 6 Comments
Blizzard have released some images showing the tech trees for the Zerg, Protoss and Terran sides in the upcoming Starcraft 2.

If you're already laying down your strats to figure out when you can build your Hydralisk Den or Infestation Pit, then you might want to check these out - we've got them available as images in our Starcraft 2 screenshot section.












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ravn0s
Posted 04:03pm 02/7/09
will probably get changed a bit between now and release
JakeG
Posted 05:22pm 02/7/09
Well apparently the release isnt that far away.. who knows but i'm keen for sc2 :>
Tim Tibbetts
Posted 05:30pm 02/7/09
The release is at least 6 months away as Blizzard has said the beta test will last 4-6 months...
FaceMan
Posted 06:37pm 02/7/09
WTF 6 MONTHS
I CANT WAIT THAT LONG

Maybe i can freeze myself then thaw out in 6 months.
euphoria
Posted 07:36pm 02/7/09
OhboyOhboyOhboyICAN'TWAIT!
Superform
Posted 11:06pm 02/7/09
for an end tier unit those colossos got pwned in that last demo game
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