Moving forward with plans issued a long while ago now, Blizzard have re-confirmed that legacy operating system support for more modern titles like StarCraft II, Diablo III and World of Warcraft will cease in the coming months.
Following on from Monaco, Pocketwatch Games are closing in on the release date of their next game - Tooth and Tail; a simplistic RTS with rapid pacing.
The StarCraft II esports scene may not be quite as big as it once was, but Blizzard are still trying to reinvigorate it - but funding a tournament in a similar fashion to Valve's DotA 2.
The big question of 'more races when???' still hasn't been answered by Relic Entertainment, but they've put out a new patch for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III that does feature a few commonly requested changes - and a new map.
Panning for more Total War? There's a lot more on the way. Shaking up their usually timeline of Total War plans, Sega have now announced a whole-new series of games based around the established franchise.
If you were hoping to get in on some free StarCraft later in the Summer, that's no longer an option. Blizzard have essentially put a paywall up in front of the upcoming StarCraft: Broodwar ladder and matchmaking features.
The Sudden Strike series is a renowned World War II, real-time strategy game developed by Fireglow and published by Kalypso Media. Within Sudden Strike 4 the player can choose one of three factions to either play campaign, skirmish or test your skills against another commander in multiplayer. Your choices are from the Allies, the Germans and the Soviets.
We haven't heard all that much about Blizzard's plans to remaster the original StarCraft since the reveal earlier this year. Rather, fans have just been taking any mention of past Blizzard games as confirmation of them recieving the same treatment.
All eyes are on Relic Entertainment to show what a difference 8 years can make, and they're likely in for a long ride. Balance numbers will be forever fluctuating and we'll likely see hotfix revisions for years to come. Rightfully so, it's time to set up another patch page. We'll be here for a while.
With 3 full campaigns, a huge mod scene with the 'Arcade', co-op missions and incredibly intricate online play, StarCraft II is one of the best supported RTS titles around. It's space-opera story has come to a close, so it's time for additional content patches to focus on small extras and balance changes. We're going to start highlighting them down below for however long it takes Blizzard to decide it wants to throw out StarCraft III before Warcraft IV.