If you were hoping for a new StarCraft chapter or spin-off, then there may be some bad news for you. Indeed, it seems that Activision Blizzard has no interest in financing new projects related to the historic brand.
To highlight this situation was Jason Schreier from Kotaku, a character who is always well informed and who usually never misses a beat. The latest financial report by Activision Blizzard talks about the company’s interest in expanding its teams to create and support successful series such as Call of Duty, Candy Crush, Warcraft, Hearthstone, Overwatch and Diablo. The total absence of Starcraft in the Lita then makes the lack of interest in the series of real-time strategic players evident, whose attempts to create a spin-off have failed miserably. Recently, in fact, there was the talk of a new first-person shooter who unfortunately does not have the Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2.
Obviously, it is impossible to know if the series is definitively dead or if there is the possibility in the future that it returns to speak, but at present, it is very difficult that a new chapter arrives on the market in the coming years.
A couple of months ago, we reported that Blizzard had canceled a planned StarCraft first-person shooter (https://t.co/qxEc4hErUG). Today's Activision Blizzard financial report makes it clear that they have lost all interest in StarCraft ? pic.twitter.com/wZZ3bBNrPY
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) August 8, 2019