The classic StarCraft is available for free for fans of the series
Fans of the StarCraft games have now a good reason to be happy, since the first game of the series is from now offered for free.
The original version of StarCraft is receiving increasing attention from Blizzard lately. The classic game, but also the Brood War expansion, are changed now for 4k resolution, but also the 1998 version will arouse some interesting among fans of the series.
StarCraft: Brood War will feature a number of new function thanks to a new update, and the best part is that the game will be offered free of charge by Blizzard.
The 1.18 version of the game will be available for players this weeks, according to Blizzard people. The update for the 1998 version of the game comes with a lot of resolved bugs, but also with new features, as the ability to change keys associated with various orders, but also with the opportunity to attend as a formally spectator.
The new update comes with a number of measures against those who want to cheat, but benefits also from increased compatibility with the new Windows operating systems, versions 7, 8.1 and 10.
StarCraft Anthology will be available for free download in the near future. To prepare for this big and amazing surprise, Blizzard has withdrawn the game from the online market, which was available at the price of 14.99 US dollars.
The first game of the series was released on March 31, 1998 and had a great success, remaining popular even almost 20 years after its launch. The game was originally presented at E3 in 1996, where it had an unfavorable comparison with Warcraft II. Following this ugly event, the developers of the game have radically improved the game and introduced it again in the early 1997 with some much more success.
But I don’t really think I have to sell you this game since if you are a real fan of the series, you already know how valuable this game is and how great this opportunity is.