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StarCraft will still live on after Legacy of the Void

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Legacy of the Void may be the final chapter in the journey of StarCraft 2, but the story shall never end.

According to a Blizzard representative who spoke to IGN that is.

“StarCraft will live on as a universe. We hope to explore some other aspects of the universe, but the storyline that was set-up in StarCraft I and continued in StarCraft II will resolve in Legacy of the Void,” the Blizzard rep said.

All of those main characters will reach a nice satisfying conclusion.

Well I certainly hope so. There are a precious few games out there that have had a beginning, middle and end that has stretched over several years like StarCraft has done. Jim Raynor, the Zerg and the the various Protoss factions that have had their adventures chronicled through the first StarCraft game, and the sequels Wings Of Liberty and Heart Of The Swarm. Legacy of the Void of course focuses on the Protoss, with their campaign  concluding a massive saga.

But I’d love to see Blizzard hit the reset switch on that universe entirely. New factions! New races! New characters! It’s the end of the StarCraft world…as we know it. And I feel fine. So, what would you like to see in a new StarCraft then? Bear in mind, you’ll have around ten years to come up with some good ideas. Either that, or I’d kill for Blizzard to get given the Warhammer 40K license.

Last Updated: March 20, 2015


  1. Starcraft is legendary.


  2. 40 Insane Frogs

    March 20, 2015 at 20:19

    I’m waiting for the Blizzard Expanded Universe, where a wormhole connects the Star Craft universe to the wonderful world of Azeroth.

    Yes, it’s crazy talk…


    • Matewis Jubilai

      March 22, 2015 at 16:46

      You know there is a Hydralisk in Warcraft 3? Also, I seem to remember a Tauren in Starcraft 2 at some point.


    • Promo Grabber

      March 29, 2015 at 17:40

      Not really. Warcraft’s lore mentions the larger universe as a whole a few times and based on some of the things that are mentioned, it’s not too difficult to imagine that Starcraft could simply takes place in a different galaxy or even a different quadrant of the same galaxy as Warcraft.


  3. Pariah

    March 20, 2015 at 20:27

    World of Starcraft Online


    • Hammersteyn

      March 21, 2015 at 09:13



  4. Hammersteyn

    March 21, 2015 at 09:15

    At least we get closure from Blizzard, not so much from Valve.


  5. Michael Matusowsky

    March 21, 2015 at 12:34

    World of Starcraft confirmed Kappa


  6. Matewis Jubilai

    March 22, 2015 at 16:45

    “Either that, or I’d kill for Blizzard to get given the Warhammer 40K license.” I guessss, as long as they nail the style, and take a good long look at what Relic did. Dark crusade, I feel, was the pinnacle of 40k in gaming.


  7. James Blacksmith

    March 22, 2015 at 21:52

    Starcraft died with Wings of Liberty.

    Wanted dead or alive – Justin Browder and David Kim.

    Blizzard have shown themselves incapable to making a strategy game without Rob Pardo at the helm. The best thing that came from them in the last 10 years was DOTA (which they didn’t even design!)

    Now they’re trying their own MOBA, only about 10 years behind the curve…


  8. Lardus-Resident Perve

    March 23, 2015 at 10:47

    “Blizzard to get given the Warhammer 40K license” – NO, keep the filthy Blizzard away from 40K!!! I don’t want to wait 10 years for a new 40K game that is forced Online for the Single Player campaign!


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