Cutest Heart of the Swarm video ever made

The Zerg have never looked this cuddly

March 14, 2013
Heart of the Swarm animated video

To celebrate the release of Starcraft II’s long-awaited expansion, Heart of the Swarm, the creative team over at Carbot Animations have put together an amazing video which recreates the HoTS intro in pure cartoon glory.

The hand-drawn style of the video shows the Zerg’s attack on the Terran, and while it may not be as cinematic and epic as the original, it trumps it hands-down for cute-factor, thanks to the hilarious derp-faced aliens.

The Zerg do showcase their crushing and mutilating powers, however, seeing a zergling overpower a marine with an onslaught of licks makes us sympathise with the little guys.

Check out the video below:

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