StarCraft is a 1998 military science fiction real-time strategy game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment for Microsoft Windows. This particular game was what gave the Blizzard entertainment company its big breakthrough. A decade later the game’s sequel was released called StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty on 27 July 2010.
The sequel was critically acclaimed and well-received by fans. But the company didn’t seem too interested in expanding the StarCraft universe any further though. Its main focus as of now seems to be launching Diablo 4 and Diablo Immortal. This attitude of the company has led many fans to wonder if the game will get a sequel at all.
In 2008, Blizzard Entertainment merged with Activision company and there have been some reforms in the games they have importance to. In the 2019 quarterly earnings call, a few games were listed for which the teams were being. But StarCraft was not on the list. This led fans to believe that they may not be seeing StarCraft after all. But as a silver lining, we saw Crash bandicoot get another sequel this July though it was not part of the initial list released by the company as well.
In BlizzCon 2019, StarCraft 2’s production director, Tim Morton stated “The best way for us to figure out our future is to hear from players,”. So the future of the franchise is in our hands.
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