The company announced that from now on there will only be updates regarding its competitive facet. Here, the reason for your decision.
A few months ago, StarCraft 2 received great content in commemoration of its 10th anniversary. But recently Blizzard made a decision that would take life out of the delivery and that would certify the end of the decade of one of its strongest cores in the strategy genre.
Through a statement on the official website of the game, the company confirmed the brake on major updates. In the same they clarified that they will not arrive more War Boxes, Commanders or major changes. However, they will keep their course in the realization of seasons and patches to balance the gameplay.
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📝 An update to the StarCraft Community:https://t.co/BdhCbXldkQ
— StarCraft (@StarCraft) October 16, 2020
Also, they clarified their appreciation of the competitive scene and indicated that the next thing to arrive in StarCraft 2 it will be more centered on that side. Obviously, the powers of the Electronic Sports League (ESL) and the Global Starcraft II League (GSL) will continue to receive support from Blizzard.
At the moment, they do not plan to launch the fourth update of the version 5.0, which means that players will have to wait for the next arrangements and balances. Finally, the company indicated that it will think about projects related to the universe surrounding the strategy game and your future.
War Chest Team League, welcome to the playoffs!
— StarCraft (@StarCraft) August 16, 2020
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Currently, the content you received StarCraft 2 it has been something slight. The patches focused more on the bug fixes as well as some character modifications. To this is added the arrival of the season 3, which brought a set of maps to be played in a 1v1 or team mode.
With the decision made, it would not take long for the strategy title to be at the same level as Heroes of the Storm. Despite having an active community and some balance patches, Blizzard classified the latter as a “classic game.” Still, the spirit of the Protoss, Terran, and Zerg will continue today after years of improving the foundation of their genre.