Blizzard is looking for programmers to maintain old games – update




Blizzard plans to classic games such as Starcraft, Warcraft III and Diablo II to suited for modern operating systems. According to a vacancy that posted the developer on its website.

According to the vacancy of Blizzard are the “titans of their time,” alluding to the developer at the games, by changing hardware, new operating systems and online services no longer playable. The games can therefore no longer be perceived well by the fans of a new generation.

Blizzard is looking for a programmer who can pull me in. The developer wants to restore the games in honor and therefore need someone who can ensure that the gameplay still in the lead will be placed on modern operating systems. It is also expected that the candidate hacking dissolves in multiplayer combats and all kinds of bugs. Candidates may register as they have at least five years experience and a passion for games.

StarCraft appeared in 1998, Diablo II was released in 2000 on the market and Warcraft III was released in 2002. It is not yet known what form Blizzard wants to resurrect the old games new life.

Update 17:17: In a statement opposite Gamespot explains Blizzard with the job ‘to looking for developers to maintain the legacy games. A new release seems not addressed. The article is slightly adjusted accordingly.

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