Don't tell me you're surprised; we could all see this coming from miles away, right? Plus, if Blizzard announced something like another World of WarCraft expansion in friggin' Korea (being the StarCraft capitol of the world and all), I imagine they'd have a small-scale riot on their hands.
IGN's Charles Onyett is liveblogging the event in Seoul as we speak, providing the world with lots of sexy, sexy information about the much-anticipated sequel, but no images or videos just yet. Undoubtedly, we'll be seeing some high-resolution official media at Blizzard's official Web site in a short while -- 'til then, keep your eyes glued to Destructoid for more information.
Update: Dig the CGI trailer!
Update 2: Electric Boogaloo: IGN's got some crazy awesome screenshots, which you can check out here. Also, for more information, check out Blizzard's official press release after the jump.
SEOUL, South Korea – May 19, 2007 – Blizzard Entertainment® today unveiled StarCraft® II, the sequel to its award-winning real-time strategy game StarCraft, at the 2007 Blizzard Worldwide Invitational event in Seoul, South Korea. The announcement took place inside the Olympic Gymnastics Arena, in front of thousands of attendees, who received a presentation that included a StarCraft II cinematic trailer and a gameplay demonstration by the development team.
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