The development team at Blizzard announces that it will be launching patch 2.0.4 for Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty in a few days, introducing a number of new features to the real-time strategy title.
Gamers will be able to enjoy an all-new user interface with menu screens, designed to be more informative for the average players, alongside a help section, game privacy options, more languages and new group sounds.
Patch 2.0.4 will also introduce both Clans and Groups to Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty, allowing players to select the communities they want to be part of and how they will contribute to their in-game progress.
A new Replay feature includes options like Watch with Others and Take Command.
The observer user interface is now also customizable.
The general matchmaking system for Starcraft II is also improved with the Training Mode, designed to give newcomers a few points before they face human players, Unranked Play and an option to battle the improved game Artificial Intelligence.
The new Players Near You option also allows the gamer to find players on the local network and set up matches with them.
Blizzards states, “The background download for Wings of Liberty patch 2.0.4 was activated on February 9. We strongly encourage all players to leave the launcher running for an extended period of time at some point over the next few days to ensure that you’re ready to play when the patch goes live.”
At the moment, Blizzard is putting the finishing touches on Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm, an expansion that will focus on Sarah Kerrigan and the Zerg faction.
Buyers will get access to new units, a new story, a new leveling system and more multiplayer maps.
Heart of the Swarm will be delivered on the PC on March 12.