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.
Over the weekend, Blizzard released a patch containing a handful of bug fixes for StarCraft Remastered, following up on the patch from August 21.
Let's say a genie gives you one wish and then specifies that you have to use it to pick one Blizzard game to get the remaster treatment.
Well, you have to expect a few bugs in a game with this many Zerg in it, right?
If you've been waiting, wait no more: StarCraft Remastered is officially live and you can play it right now (as long as you have $14.99 to spare).
It feels like almost no time at all has passed since Blizzard first announced StarCraft: Remastered, but here we are, ready and able to take the remaster for a spin.
Yes, you read that correctly.
The game that started the craze nearly 20 years ago is finally available for pre-order.
Blizzard is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to, and I'm quoting here, "restore [Starcraft, Warcraft III and Diablo 2] to glory." This is in line with a similar job posting from 2015, and Blizzard has been talking about restoring these games in the same basic language for years.
In 1998, when we were all "Gettin' Jiggy With" Will Smith, a little game called StarCraft hit the market and was followed shortly by its acclaimed expansion, Brood War.