Makers Warcraft 3 mod on StarCraft II engine start crowdfunding campaign

Mar

12

2016

A number of fans made a Warcraft mod that runs on the StarCraft II engine. The mod called Warcraft: Armies of Azeroth is a remake of Warcraft III gameplay where new functionality is added. they want to raise money through an Indiegogo Campaign.

Despite the additions, the authors say that the balance of the original Warcraft III, has been preserved. The mod uses resources from other games of Blizzard, like World of Warcraft for the characters.

In addition to better graphics quality through the engine, the game includes new models of heroes, buildings, vehicles, write the authors on the Battle.net forums. Other mod-makers can create custom maps and mods in Warcraft style. The mod is playable with the StarCraft II Starter Edition.

In order to stabbing more time in the project, where work is in several years, the modders give their project freely and want to collect money through Indiegogo. The stated goal is $ 80,000. This group wants to build racial Orc and Human, a campaign called Exodus of the Horde and develop a Local Player Achievement system.

, The amount above the initial target amount of, it is the intention to develop more campaigns, maps and races. The mod was Mod of the Year 2015 modDB. According Indiegogo- page Blizzard has its ‘blessing’ to the project to set up a crowdfunding campaign.

Warcraft: Armies of Azeroth is fully playable, but the authors warn, however, that it is still an alpha version

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