StarCraft 2 Will No Longer Receive Future Content

StarCraft II

Game company Blizzard will be stopping development of new content for popular real-time strategy StarCraft 2.

After more than 10 years since it came out from development, Blizzard will be stopping developing new content for the game. They are, however, will still support the game with balance fixes and season rolls only. There will be no more production of additional for-purchase content like Commanders and War Chest.

The post on the official website continues:

On that last note, we’re not planning a Q4 balance update given that we did one a few months ago, but as always, we do plan to continue doing them as needed in the future. StarCraft II esports, which is part of the highest echelon of professional competitive gaming, will also continue going strong as it has been through our partners ESL Gaming and GSL.

Blizzard thanked the gaming community for the continued support. They will keep them updated on any and all plans they have for the franchise. Hopefully a sequel is in the works already or a side story.

StarCraft 2 is now available on PC.

Source: Official Website

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