Starcraft 2 development is coming to a close following its tenth anniversary

Source Blizzard Entertainment

Source Blizzard Entertainment

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that their popular RTS Starcraft II will no longer receive new content updates, the announcement was made in a news post made to their official website.

"You are one of the most passionate, creative, and dedicated communities in all of gaming", said Blizzard's Rob Bridenbecker.

"This year we celebrated 10 years of StarCraft II with one of our largest-ever patches, with massive updates to the editor, Prestige Talents for Co-op Commanders, and gameplay improvements delivered to players worldwide".

"We will continue to support StarCraft 2 in the same way that we have done with our previous long-distance games, such as Brood War, prioritizing what our core and competitive communities want most", they say.

Blizzard will not release another update in 2020, making the August balance update the last of the year. StarCraft II esports, which is a part of the best echelon aggressive gaming, may also proceed going robust because it has been by way of our companions ESL Gaming and GSL.

While Starcraft 2 will continue to exist, this news does mark the end of an era.

The final expansion for StarCraft 2, Legacy of the Void, was released in November 2015.

In a statement on the Blizzard website, Vice President Rob Bridenbecker said that the team was "eternally grateful" for the StarCraft community's support over the past decade, and that the developer would now be exclusively focusing on balance tweaks, bug fixes and, most importantly, "what comes next" for the intergalactic warfaring franchise. The StarCraft universe is vast and full of potential, and there is still plenty to come as long as there is no peace in space.

"We know that some players are looking forward to moving away", said Bridenbecker. This gave new players access to Wings of Liberty's single player campaign and multiplayer.

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