StarCraft became twenty years old on Saturday. Publisher Blizzard celebrates the birthday of the game classic with free content in several of his existing games. This is how StarCraft: Remastered players get a skin to celebrate their birthday.
The first descendant in the StarCraft series came out on March 31, 1998, and became a huge success for Blizzard, especially in South Korea, where the game is still being played. Later in 1998 two more expansion packs were released, named Insurrection and Brood War. The real-time strategy game then also got a sequel with StarCraft 2 which has been in development for years, and came out in 2010.
In honor of the release of StarCraft two decades ago, Blizzard for several of his games extra, free content released, although it mainly concerns cosmetic elements. World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, Overwatch, Diablo 3, Heroes of the Storm and StarCraft 2, among others, get things like new skins or an extra pet. Players only need to log in at the right time: Polygon has made a list with when players have to log in to get the extra content.
Blizzard released a new version of the original StarCraft last year. game out. The publisher wanted to offer a variant with polished graphics, improved audio and more functionality for online access. The Remastered version is compatible with the original game, allowing players to compete against each other. Those who have the Remastered version and log in after 6 March will receive a special skin to celebrate StarCraft’s birthday.