After announcing the arrival of great things from The Coalition with Gears 6, well-known journalist and insider Jez Corden needed only one sentence to rekindle the hopes of Blizzard fans who are eagerly awaiting the return of StarCraft.
The WindowsCentral editor discussed it on Twitter with one of the many Blizzard game enthusiasts who can’t wait to dive back into the sci-fi atmosphere of StarCraft’s strategic odyssey.
To the curiosity instilled by the increasingly probable marriage between Activision and the Redmond house after the victory of the US technology giant in the preliminary injunction against the FTC, Corden replied that “Microsoft will not need to revive StarCraft at all”. According to Corden, therefore, the Xbox team will not have to intervene to bring back the StarCraft series since work on the third chapter would have already begun.
It is the journalist and insider himself who specified it by responding with an eloquent “yes” to the community’s request for clarification on the possible development of StarCraft 3 already underway. If confirmed, the anticipation of the return of this iconic strategic series would guarantee PC users and (if ported to console) Xbox subscribed to Game Pass gives you ‘free’ access to StarCraft 3 from launch, if the deal between Microsoft and Activision goes through. And this, not to mention the new survival game from Blizzard, Odyssey, which is also destined to arrive on Game Pass with the entry of Activision, Blizzard and King into the Xbox family. And you, what do you think of the noisy development of StarCraft 3? Let us know with a comment.