Just a few months after StarCraft II’s tenth yr anniversary, Blizzard has introduced that it’s transferring away from creating new content material for the title and specializing in “what’s subsequent.” Blizzard VP Robert Bridenbecker mentioned the developer gained’t be producing for-purchase in-game content material and expansions for StarCraft II anymore. That doesn’t imply it’s abandoning the sport fully, although: it’ll nonetheless do season rolls and steadiness fixes to cater to its most devoted followers and aggressive gamers.
Blizzard additionally assures followers that StarCraft II esports remains to be “going sturdy” and gained’t be going away anytime quickly. Again in January, it established a brand new aggressive circuit by means of a three-year partnership with ESL and DreamHack, so followers nonetheless have these video games to stay up for. Bridenbecker defined that stepping away from growing greater StarCraft II replace, the corporate could have the time to consider the way forward for StarCraft universe as an entire. Sadly, he didn’t say it we will anticipate a brand new installment for the franchise.
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