If there will be a sequel to StarCraft 2, many fans are curious. Over the years, Blizzard Entertainment has been silent regarding a potential StarCraft 3 release. Until today, at least… However, Blizzard President Mike Ybarra is acting extremely enigmaticly on social media, and it appears that he is alluding to the eagerly anticipated StarCraft 3.
Rumors About StarCraft 3: Blizzard Is Dropping Some Hints
There have been a ton of StarCraft 3 rumors in recent months. These rumors are the result of actions taken by Blizzard President Mike Ybarra on Twitter. Naturally, fans immediately conjure up the craziest hypotheses and place great stock in every statement made by Blizzard. Can we rely on the rumors, though?
Then, look at what he tweeted in April, four months later. An image of a vintage StarCraft t-shirt. He didn’t even add a caption, which is unusual, I suppose. He might be asking us to make assumptions about what he is attempting to express. He cannot expect us to not make significant assumptions when he posts images like that. This dude is undoubtedly skilled in his field!
When Can We Expect News From Blizzard Regarding StarCraft 3?
As Mike Ybarra has stated, Blizzard is attempting to revive the live BlizzCon in 2023 after it was postponed in previous years due to the epidemic. Big announcements were frequently made at the BlizzCon. We could only hope to hear anything formal about the StarCraft 2 sequel, even though nothing is definite as of yet.
Activision Blizzard is currently working on a number of major games, including Diablo Immortal, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2, Diablo 4, and Overwatch 2, which is scheduled to release in October 2022. It seems quite improbable to expect a new StarCraft game any time soon with that many projects going on at once…
However, if Blizzard makes the significant announcement in 2023, perhaps StarCraft 3 won’t launch until 2026 or 2027? That doesn’t sound like a great news, but if one thing is sure, StarCraft fans are one of a kind, and we will definitely be ready to wait all the way through that time frame.