StarCraft 3 and Warcraft 4 Could Still Happen
"Anything is possible," says Blizzard producer.
Blizzard has not ruled out the possibilities of a StarCraft 3 or Warcraft 4 strategy game. Speaking to IGN in an interview, StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void producer Tim Morten said that the upcoming expansion did not equate to "the end of StarCraft," but "the end of this story for these characters."
He went on to say, "It's very rewarding for us to hear that there’s demand out there for more RTS content in the Warcraft universe so once we’re done with Void I think we’ll get together as a team and talk about what would inspire us to work on next. There’s no question, though, that we’ll consider Warcraft, StarCraft, or even new ideas. Anything is possible."
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos was released in 2002 for PC. It was followed by the release of an expansion pack, The Frozen Throne, which launched in 2003 to positive reception. The game's story has since been continued in Blizzard's MMORPG World of Warcraft, which was released in 2004. Blizzard recently announced a sixth expansion for World of Warcraft, titled Legion.
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