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'Starcraft 2' Development Is Coming To An End After 10 Years

'Starcraft 2' Development Is Coming To An End After 10 Years”

"What this means is that we're not going to be producing additional for-purchase content, such as Commanders and War Chests, but we will continue doing season rolls and necessary balance fixes moving forward".

Perhaps most exciting for StarCraft fans is the explanation as to why the team is winding down content development.

StarCraft II, one of the biggest and arguably best RTS games ever made will no longer receive new content. Blizzard has announced that the game, now it's reached its ten-year mark, will no longer be expanded upon as it looks for the next step in the StarCraft universe. The StarCraft team will instead focus on "season rolls and necessary balance fixes", said Blizzard executive producer and vice president Rob Bridenbecker, as well as "what's next" for the StarCraft franchise. Additionally, there will be no Q4 balance update since one was released just a few months ago. "StarCraft teaches us that this improvement process is a reward in itself, and it really goes with us at Blizzard during these years", they conclude, but not before thanking the community for their dedication.

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Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty released in July 2010 on PC and is a sequel to the 1998 original and its expansion Brood War. You may recall that previous year Blizzard reportedly canceled a first-person shooter set in the StarCraft universe (code-named Ares) as attention shifted towards Overwatch and Diablo 4.

"We know some of our players have been looking forward to some things we're moving away from", said Bridenbecker, "but the good news is that this change won't give us the opportunity to think about what's next only in relation to".

Do you want to see another classic real-time strategy game set in the StarCraft universe or are you ready for an entirely new experience? The end result of every match is in your palms 100%.



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