StarCraft Remastering for Mac 4K in August - NewCydiaTweaks


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Saturday, July 1, 2017

StarCraft Remastering for Mac 4K in August

StarCraft is that type of games that for years and years that they fulfill, their fans, with great similarity to the ones of Apple, will continue faithful to this method of entertainment and they will never stop playing . This creation of Blizzard, the same company that created big names like World of Warcraft or Overwatch , began with StarCraft almost two decades ago, since this one was born the 31 of March of 1998.
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Having such an age, which for a person may be quite young, but for a game would be the equivalent of being about 150 years, computers today have too much hardware to waste it on software that does not require just these. In the chaos of the MacBook and iMac this thought is reinforced, given that in the last WWDC we were presented with new models of each range, which came with Intel processors of seventh generation .

Then came StarCraft 2

This type of problems saw Blizzard years ago and created StarCraft 2, which became the most played games in history and was even one of the clear examples of why computers are the largest platform to play video games that exist. StarCraft 2 became such a global sensation that even electronic sports leagues were created, mainly in South Korea. The competitive side of this game became history when the MOBA king came to dethrone him, League of Legends. Although this somewhat outdated, is still today one of the leading games within the franchise that is Blizzard.
It seems that the company that created StarCraft almost 2 decades ago has reached an agreement with Apple or something similar, since as we could see in the aforementioned WWDC, the new MacBook come with better hardware, but also bring screens of 4, in the case of iMac these arrive at 5K , so Blizzard will do a complete remastering of this game that has given so much to talk for many years to Mac users in 4K.
This remastering will arrive in August of this year, more concretely the 14 having a price of 14,99 dollars (something more than 13 euros). You know, now you have another reason to return to play the game that marked your childhood, StarCraft is back to stay.

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