StarCraft 2's last expansion may have been released more than two years ago, but that doesn't mean the game's stopped moving on forward.
After going free to play, StarCraft 2 has seen some significant balance changes including a recent patch.
Back in October, we covered StarCraft 2's patch 3.19 launch.
First announced during BlizzCon 2017's Opening Ceremony, StarCraft 2 is officially free-to-play starting today.
Well, that happened.
Just announced at Gamescom, Dehaka will be the newest Commander to join StarCraft 2 co-op mode.
If you're playing StarCraft 2 in multiplayer, you'll be interested to discover that Blizzard is making a major redesign to multiplayer in the tradition of patch 3.8.
Heroes of the Storm took to Twitter this morning to tease its next hero and everyone is already confident it's Alexei Stukov of StarCraft.
If you've been distracted by the news from some of Blizzard's other games -- Diablo 3's Necromancer announcement, gorillas in space, the Tomb of Sargeras' awesome and spoiler-heavy cinematic, and so on -- then it'd be understandable if you missed the patch that went out for StarCraft 2 today.
Happy patch day, StarCraft players!