StarCraft is one of those games that for years and years to come, its fans, with great similarity to those of Apple, will remain faithful to this method of entertainment and will never stop playing it . This creation of Blizzard, the same company that created great names like World of Warcraft or Overwatch, began with StarCraft almost two decades ago, as it was born on March 31, 1998.
Having such an age, which for a person can be quite young, but for a game would be the equivalent of being about 150 years old, current computers have too much hardware to waste on software that hardly requires of these. In the chaos of MacBook and iMac this thinking is reinforced, since in the last WWDC they presented us with their new models of each range, which came with seventh generation Intel processors.
Blizzard saw this kind of problem years ago and created StarCraft 2, which became one of the most played games in history and was even one of the clear examples of why computers are the biggest platform for playing video games that exist. StarCraft 2 became such a worldwide sensation that even electronic sports leagues were created, mainly in South Korea. The competitive side of this game became history when the king of MOBA came to dethrone it, the League of Legends. Although it is a bit outdated, it is still one of the leading games within the franchise that is Blizzard.
It seems that the company that created StarCraft almost 2 decades ago has reached an agreement with Apple or something similar, since as we could see in the previously mentioned WWDC, the new MacBook comes with better hardware, but also brings some 4 displays, in the case of the iMac these reach 5K, so Blizzard is going to do a complete remastering of this game that has given so much to talk about for many years for Mac users, in 4K.
This remastering will arrive in August of this year, more specifically on the 14th having a price of $14.99 (just over 13 euros). You know, now you have another reason to play again the game that marked your childhood, StarCraft is back to stay.