StarCraft Remastered Comes Out This Summer, Blizzard Announced

27 March 2017 at 13:56 in Gaming News with no comments

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The original StarCraft is going to get a make-over! Blizzard has announced that StarCraft Remastered is definitely going to be released, and fans of the franchise can get their hands on it by Summer of this year.

In a press release, Blizzard has confirmed that StarCraft Remastered will get 4K Ultra HD graphicswith widescreen support. Also getting an overhaul is its audio.

“Other updates will include new illustrations to enhance storytelling in the  StarCraft and  StarCraft: Brood War campaign missions; advanced matchmaking; full connectivity to Blizzard’s gaming network for social features and updates; cloud saving for campaign progress, custom maps, replays, and keybinds; support for eight new languages in addition to the original five; and more. While these improvements will bring StarCraft to the modern era, gameplay and balance have been precisely preserved, for an experience that will feel identical to veteran players,” Blizzard said.

Also, in preparation for the release of StarCraft Remastered, Blizzard will be updating StarCraft Brood War with Update 1.18.

“The update will include bug fixes and improvements, including the ability to rebind keys; observer mode; modern anti-cheat measures; compatibility improvements for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10; and more,” said Blizzard.

Once the update is live, StarCraft Anthology, which includes the original StarCraft and the Brood War campaign, can be downloaded and played for free.