StarCraft: Brood War Remake could be announced on March 25?

There are some intensifying rumors about StarCraft Remastered, last week a Korean newspaper has confirmed the existence of the game, talking about a launch scheduled tentatively between May and June. According to some rumors, the title could be announced on March 25 during the event “I <3 StarCraft” which will be held in Korea.


The possibility that Blizzard is working on a remastered version of StarCraft lingers for a while, with rumors that emerged during the last summer.

The idea has assumed a certain consistency with the announcement of an event called “I <3 StarCraft” in Korea, to be held on March 25 and will be presented by the CEO and president of Blizzard, Mike Morhaime. The presence of the latter suggests that there is something more than a simple “thanks to the community” in the program.

Some items thus speak of a StarCraft: Remastered coming, with updated high resolution graphics and a new support through Battle.net but essentially faithful to the gameplay of StarCraft: Brood War.

At the show to celebrate the nineteenth anniversary of StarCraft there will also feature Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard, who could announce the long rumor related to the HD remake of the game.

At this point we just have to wait until March 25 to know the truth. During the BlizzCon last year there emerged several news on StarCraft II but nothing about the alleged remastered version of the first chapter.