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Blizzard has stopped development of StarCraft 2

At the dawn of the 2th anniversary of one of the most beloved real-time strategy games ever, Blizzard announces that it will no longer develop new content for StarCraft XNUMX. No new content, however, does not mean the end ...
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StarCraft II, here is the patch dedicated to the 10th anniversary

It has been 10 years since the official launch of StarCraft II, a title signed by Blizzard that has become a precursor, as well as a leading exponent, of the eSport world as conceived for several years now. In...
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StarCraft II will soon be available for everyone as free to play

This year's BlizzCon has reserved a lot of news, one of these was announced right away, during the opening ceremony: the very popular StarCraft II, starting from November 14th, will become free-to-play. All the...

Overwatch: One Year!

It's been 12 months since the release of Overwatch and an official event arrives to celebrate all together. To celebrate Blizzard has provided several new features including a Free Weekend between 26 and ...

Starcraft 2: 6 ° Birthday and 2 ° pack missions Nova

The first chapter of the Starcraft 27 saga was released on July 2010, 2. We therefore take this opportunity to extend our best wishes to Wings of Liberty and the whole saga for its 6 years of life. One of the...

Sony formalizes the reorganization of JAPAN Studio

The news was in the air after the latest defections recorded in recent days, but now the official announcement from Sony has arrived: JAPAN Studio will suffer ...

PS5, the expansion slot will be enabled in the summer

PS5 owners have been waiting for months for news regarding the expansion slot of the new console, present but still disabled ....
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