Entries in 'starcraft ii' (18)
The world of eSports is once again demanding attention after Blizzard's StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm attracted some impressive numbers.
It’s attracting an audience in the tens of millions and the attention of video game giants Valve, Riot, Activision Blizzard and Ubisoft. So why is it struggling to generate money? ...
The next installment in the Starcraft II trilogy is set to arrive on March 12th, with Blizzard opening up pre-orders for standard and digital deluxe editions starting today.
Blizzard is looking into potentially offering a free-to-play option for Starcraft II’s multiplayer mode, according to the game’s lead designer Dustin Browder.
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StarCraft II developer Blizzard has issued a lawsuit against three men over a series of hacks and cheats.
Blizzard has confirmed that its massively hyped PC strategy title StarCraft II has now sold in excess of 3m copies worldwide in its first month of availability.
The US video games market suffered a slight one per cent year-on-year decrease in July, with a total value reaching $846.5m.
Developer Blizzard has told MCV that the work it has put into refining its online network Battle.net is part of the reason that recent release Starcraft II has proved so ...
Publisher Activision Blizzard has confirmed that last week’s new release Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty sold over 1m copies worldwide in its first 24 hours of availability.
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty has debuted at No.1 in the ELSPA GfK Chart-Track All Formats Charts.
Publisher Activision has seemingly challenged the established norms of UK video game RRPs by apparently placing an official price of £44.99 on today’s new release Starcraft II.
12 years on from the release of its incredibly popular predecessor, Activision Blizzard has finally released the hugely anticipated PC and Mac strategy game Starcraft II.
Blizzard’s Korean arm has announced it will be working with Korean Air to promote StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty.
Developer Blizzard will use a one-off Battle.net activation as its way to safeguard upcoming release StarCraft II from piracy.
Activision has confirmed in its quarterly financials today that Blizzard's PC title StarCraft II will launch next year.