According to Toy News Online, Mega has signed a licensing deal with Blizzard Entertainment. The deal will see Mega Blok sets based on Warcraft and Starcraft II.
“A series of Warcraft and Starcraft II Mega Bloks sets will hit retail in summer 2012.
The initial lines will feature “locations characters and vehicles from World of Warcraft and Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty.”
The multi-year international deal follows in the footsteps of Mega’s previous Halo and Need for Speed video game licences.
Vic Bertrand, chief innovation officer of Mega Brands said: “The depth of content in World of Warcraft and Starcraft will fuel years of fun, collectible products for gamers and collectors.
“We’re proud and thrilled to enter into a partnership with Blizzard Entertainment, the world leader in creating epic online game franchises,” he added.
Both World of Warcraft and Starcraft II have millions of regular users. The latter is a phenomenon in Korea, where it is played as a professional sport. “