Playing online games and keeping up-to-date with a barrage of patches can be extremely taxing on your internet bandwidth not only over time, but at the launch of a brand new game as developers scramble to tune, fix and improve their title as hundreds of thousands of gamers provide (un)welcome feedback.
To help ease the pain of bandwidth drain following the launch of StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm in March, South African online retailer Kalahari.com has teamed up with leading ADSL service provider Afrihost to give you more data to keep playing!
If you pre-order StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm through Kalahari.com, you’ll be eligible to receive a voucher for 10GB of pre-paid ADSL bandwidth from Afrihost!
You’ll need to act fast, though, because only the first 500 pre-orders for the game will receive that 10GB voucher, which is valued at R200. So if you’re struggling for bandwidth month after month and you envision StarCraft II stealing even more of the precious stuff, this is a fantastic deal to take advantage of!
Kalahari.com is currently offering StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm for R349.95, but with a little bit of mathematical magic applied to the equation, you’ll end up saving money in the long run.
Is this offer of interest? Will you be picking up StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm when it’s out on March 12th? Then pre-ordering through Kalahari.com makes a lot of sense.
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm is the expansion to the original StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, this time giving players the chance to take on the role of the monstrous Zerg race. This chilling and astounding cinematic trailer is enough to make even non-strategy game fans take notice:
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm – Opening Cinematic
If you’re a returning StarCraft player, however, this spectacular gameplay trailer serves to fill you in on what to expect from the latest entry to the series:
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Bonus Footage