What with Blizzard recently cancelling its long-gestating MMO Project Titan, could a warm reception to these ports mean Warcraft IV creeps its way back onto the table? Although Titan was never technically announced, Blizzard co-founder and CEO Mike Morhaime revealed last month the project was cancelled because "We didn't find the fun. We talked about how we put it through a reevaluation period, and actually, what we reevaluated is whether that's the game we really wanted to be making.
The answer is no." It had previously been overhauled in 2013.
"We're fans of Warcraft 1, Warcraft 2, Warcraft 3, and we'd love to replay those games for sure."There's no date, price or even official confirmation for a re-release.The company announced its plans to eliminate the name last year, and newer services--like Blizzard Streaming and Blizzard Voice--have launched with the new branding."When we created Battle.net, the idea of including a tailored online-gaming service together with your game was more of a novel concept, so we put a lot of focus on explaining what the service was and how it worked, including giving it a distinct name," Blizzard explained."Over time, though, we've seen that there's been occasional confusion and inefficiencies related to having two separate identities under which everything falls--Blizzard and Update: The PC version's release date, which was previously September 8, has been changed to TBD. He has worked in the space for over six years for outlets such as the Capcom Pro Tour, e Sports Max, ESFI World, Evil Geniuses and Game Zone.Blizzard's old RTSes could be readying for a invasion.