StarCraft II sells 3 million in a month

PC and Mac crowd swarm shops.

Blizzard has announced that pristine PC and Mac game StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty sold three million copies worldwide during its first month on sale.

That accolade adds to those already announced: that SCII is the fastest-selling real-time strategy game ever, and the best-selling PC game so far this year.

To achieve this, Blizzard launched simultaneously in North America, Europe, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and the regions of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.

Eurogamer's StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty review delivered our verdict.

Remember: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is only the first of three StarCraft II games; SCII: Heart of the Swarm and SCII: Legacy of the Void are still to come.

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