'Starcraft II: Legacy Of The Void' Is Coming In November

Prepare yourself for a mess of exploding aliens.

The final part of the "Starcraft II" trilogy will be released on Apple computers and PCs on Nov. 10, Blizzard Entertainment announced Sunday. 

The company also released the game's opening cutscene, which is filled with all of the epic musical cues and Protoss voiceovers you'd expect.

There are also some slow-motion Zerg-splosions:

"Starcraft II" was first released in 2010 with the "Wings of Liberty" subtitle. The next part, "Heart of the Swarm," came out in 2013.

While each title is a standalone game, "Wings of Liberty," "Heart of the Swarm" and "Legacy of the Void" all form one cohesive narrative. In the first part, the storyline is centered around the Terran, humans fighting for survival and supremacy in space. The follow-up focuses on the bug-like Zerg aliens, while "Legacy of the Void" will showcase the advanced Protoss race. 

If all of the intergalactic mumbo jumbo is putting you to sleep, consider the games' highly competitive multiplayer modes. Players will vie for a prize package totaling $1.6 million at this year's "Starcraft II" Word Championship Series.

Not too shabby for a couple of video games, right?

Watch the full "Legacy of the Void" cutscene below: