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Tuesday, 25 March 2014 08:14

StarCraft Ghost isn’t dead just yet

Written by David Stellmack

Blizzard still wants to make the game

The on again off again Blizzard title known as StarCraft Ghosts might not be as dead as everyone was left to believe. Blizzard producer Alex Mayberry has suggested that it is something that they would “like to do” and they think that “the idea is still perfectly viable.” Still Mayberry says that “I don’t know if we will ever do it, but it is something that we would like to do.”

The bottom line is that interest in the third-person perspective twist on the StarCraft universe is something that still interests a great number of people. While the game was first announced over 10 years ago, it has been on and off again since then. The reasons have been many, but the ability for the console to deliver on Blizzard’s vision has been one of the biggest stumbling blocks, but now it would seem that the Xbox One and PS4 are more than able to handle the tech required to deliver Blizzard’s vision for Ghost.

While Mayberry admits that it is not likely that it will be anytime soon that Blizzard revisits Ghost, it isn’t quite dead just yet. We would not get too excited, but don’t give up hope.

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