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Last July marked ten years since the launch of StarCraft II and Blizzard considered that it was time to focus better on other projects. That is why he has made the decision to not redevelop more new content for the second part of his strategy saga.
That does not mean that he will forget about the game completely, because he has communicated that from now on the only thing he will do is post new updates to correct aspects of the gameplay, balance some details or also make changes for the competitive seasons, but we will not see new content again.
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Rob Bridenbecker, Executive Producer and Vice President of Blizzard, has commented that this decision will allow the team think about what he will do next, not only with respect to StarCraft II, but also with the entire StarCraft universe. Will we ever see a third of it? Of course, as they say, hope is the last thing you lose.
The last patch that StarCraft II received was only a few months ago, but throughout this last decade the content of the game has been expanded with expansions and downloadable content who have tried to encourage players around the world to return to the battlefields with the Terran, Zerg and Protoss.
StarCraft II will not be receiving any more new content. Blizzard will only publish updates
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