StarCraft’s Sigaty and Morris chat about the future of co-op, Brood War

Starcraft II Allied Commanders

Chris Sigaty and Matt Morris talk StarCraft 2’s new Protoss commander, Alarak, playable in co-op as well as the sudden resurgence in Brood War’s Korean audience.

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As well as the upcoming improvements to allied commanders, Blizzard’s chief StarCraft producers gave some insight on the future of the RTS’s competitive space. “Our goal with StarCraft 2 is for it to continue to develop into a wizard’s version of chess, to develop into something that the original version of StarCraft has as well.”

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