We're starting to see an upswing in news as we get closer to a new season.
First announced during BlizzCon 2017's Opening Ceremony, StarCraft 2 is officially free-to-play starting today.
If you follow Blizzard's esports at all, you're probably aware that the South Korean region is unlike any other.
In addition to new information from all our favorite games, there were also some amazing esports events at BlizzCon 2017.
In addition to going free to play, StarCraft 2 announced yesterday that we're getting a new Co-Op Commander for Co-Op Missions.
Well, that happened.
With StarCraft: Remastered having a successful renaissance, we're seeing new patches drop for the venerable franchise, and patch 1.20.8 recently arrived for everyone.
Starcraft 2 will be getting a variety of new maps for the map pool when the Season 4 Ladder starts for 2017.
This week there's not much going on in Blizzard esports.
Patch notes for StarCraft 2 patch 3.19 have now been released.
StarCraft 2 has released a preview of changes coming soon to the Arcade -- and many of them are changes players have wanted since the game's initial launch in 2010. The majority of the previewed changes are intended to make custom games more accessible, both easier to find and easier to play.
StarCraft 2 may not always be in the spotlight as much as Blizzard's other games, but that doesn't mean it's not chugging along with updates to its online components.
In my family, my wife was the big StarCraft player.
If you've ever packed for a long car trip with limited space, you know what a dilemma it can be to choose what to bring along for entertainment.
StarCraft 2's latest patch brings a big update with a new commander, missions, announcers, bug fixes, and more.
You really love Overwatch but patch 7.3 just dropped -- how do you choose which one gets your time?