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StarCraft 1 gibt es jetzt umsonst für Mac und PC

Eine Promo für die Neuauflage
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Blizzard hat im StarCraft-Forum den ersten Spiele-Patch seit acht Jahren veröffentlicht - und die PC- und Mac-Versionen samt Brood-War-Erweiterung als kostenlosen Installer zum Download bereitgestellt.

Die neue Version 1.18 modernisiert das Spiel - das volle Changelog gibt es hier:

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Patch Notes
General
Added windowed fullscreen or windowed mode; Alt+Enter switches between
Added UTF-8 support
Added cursor clamping in-game while windowed; unclamped in menus
Added Popular Maps to streamline finding games or game types
Added options to display actions per minute
Added Observer mode
Added opponent information when joining a game lobby
Added autosaving for replays
Added an option to display game time
Added UPnP support
Updated to a new OpenGL backend
Improved gameplay responsiveness during multiplayer by increasing turn rate to match LAN speeds over Battle.net
Improved UI layout in Battle.net sections
Improved behavior of available lobbies within the 'Join Game' section
Improved compatibility with Windows 7, 8.1, and 10
Improved anticheat capabilities
Improved installation and patching performance
Mac Beta now available for 10.11 and up

Bug Fixes
Fixed palette issues to correct rainbow water, 80s Kerrigan face in the loading screen, and other graphic glitches
Fixed problems with LAN game discovery
Fixed IME support and other text artifacts in Battle.net menus
LAN and Legacy Battle.net fixes

Known Issues
The profile section is currently unavailable
Some chat commands are still being updated to play nice in the updated chat system
Friends location is being improperly displayed
Password games will often return bad password trying to join

Die Veröffentlichung ist eine Werbeaktion für StarCraft: Remastered, die überarbeitete, auf 4K-Grafik-aktualisierte und mit modernen Online-Funktionen aufgerüstete Version des Spieleklassikers.

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