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StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void – Blizzard wants souls recovering
How do you save a genre that loses fans? That is perhaps the most difficult question to answer the development of Blizzard. With Legacy of the Void, the second expansion for Starcraft II, Blizzard is trying to turn the tide.
That the genre is under pressure was also noticeable during Blizzcon. There was a strange contrast visible. StarCraft II was obviously still very popular. There was a large arena where arranged for two days organized by Blizzard World was fought. The thousands of seats in the arena were during during all matches well occupied and exploded during the final between MMA and Life hall almost, especially during the breathtaking final onslaught of Life. Viewers Enough.
Lots and little interest
At the same time, Blizzard had 600 PCs are ready when the visitors of Blizzcon could already take the first steps in Legacy of the Void, and PCs remained virtually untouched over the weekend. There was only sparsely used. Where Overwatch even was widely played during the concert of Metallica, StarCraft II was clearly less popular. Pretend play something for others, for professionals who demonstrate their skills at tournaments.Viewing:-226
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