Blizzard’s StarCraft license has long reigned in the esports scene when it comes to RTS. And StarCraft 2 is still very popular and played by a lot of players these days, even though it is a very old game. So, unfortunately, it’s no surprise to know that Blizzard just announced the end of development for the deranged game.
Blizzard announces the end of StarCraft 2 developments
To Blizzard’s credit, it has to be said that supporting the game for so many years, even after the last expansion, is truly impressive. But after all, it has become a trademark of the studio, Blizzard does it with almost all of its games. What are the consequences for the players? Quite simply, they will no longer be entitled to any new content for their favorite game.
However, Blizzard will continue to support its game to fix bugs, adjust balance, manage seasons, and more. In other words, StarCraft 2 won’t be completely orphaned, as according to Blizzard’s Rob Bridenbecker:
“We know some of our players are looking forward to some of these announcements, but the good news is that this change will set us free and allow us to look ahead, not only with regards to StarCraft II, but the whole. . The StarCraft universe as a whole. “
At the moment nobody really knows what the future of the StarCraft license will be, we know that Blizzard is actively working on a new Diablo, a new World of Warcrat and an expansion for Overwatch 2. Is there room for StarCraft 3 in between? It’s hard to say, but one thing is for sure: many players would love to receive such an announcement.
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