Is Blizzard still going to follow through with Starcraft 3?

Most players will concur that “StarCraft” from Blizzard is among the top games in its category. Though no new installment of the franchise has been released in years, fans of the series are left to wonder if the business would ever reveal a “StarCraft 3” release date.

Given the success of the series, fans are still optimistic that “Starcraft 3” will be released in the future. Even while it has stayed mute on the subject, the corporation hasn't totally ruled out the prospect of its development just yet.

A military science fiction real-time strategy game called “StarCraft” was first released in 1998, making it a 24-year-old series at this point. The most recent game in the series, “StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty,” debuted in 2010, according to The Teal Mango.

The Uncertain Future

Fans are now speculating as to whether “StarCraft 3” will ever be released by Blizzard after more than ten years since its debut. To be clear, Blizzard has not yet provided any information regarding the franchise. Fans are still optimistic that the creator will eventually produce the next installment of the saga, though.

Unfortunately, Blizzard is currently very busy. The Teal Mango stated that “Blizzard Entertainment is currently working on eight projects that are scheduled to premiere in the upcoming months.” The most noteworthy ones are CoD: Modern Warfare 2 and CoD Warzone 2, followed by Diablo 4 and Diablo Immortal.

In addition to World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, an expansion for World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King is also under development, according to the article. “Overwatch 2, the Overwatch prequel, is also in the works. A survival video game is the focus of the final product.”

This would imply that “StarCraft 3” will probably be created within the next two years. The journal predicted that “StarCraft 3” would be released sometime between 2025 and 2027.

Simu Li, an actor from the film Shang-Chi, tweeted, “Please save StarCraft.” The cheeky smiley face used by Blizzard CEO Mike Ybarra in response to the tweet may portend good news for the StarCraft series.

Speaking for all the players who have stayed loyal to StarCraft over the years, we hope that the game which brought us joy and fun will experience its further expansion and not get forgotten by the Blizzard.

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