The original Warcraft game joins Diablo - and gets an official launch in the storeGOG Without file protections
Blizzard's works have been available for years in their digital configuration exclusively as part of the Battle.net platform, or Blizzard Shop in its modern, personal name - when it meant that old titles like Diablo or Warcraft that were not available in this online store were not available at all in practice, much to the chagrin of lovers of nostalgia. Thankfully, this is where the online store came in GOG To the picture.
A few weeks ago it was the original Diablo, the game with which the Battle.net platform was originally launched somewhere in 1996 and which spawned a new genre of action-roles that exists and is still evolving today - Restore to the network in a modern version without file protections And adapted for operation in modern operating systems, all within the digital store from the creator of the Polish development studio responsible for the games of The Witcher series.
Now, the collaboration between GOG and Blizzard continues to expand with the official launch of both the original Warcraft and Warcraft 2 in unreleased versions DRM - A pair of real-time strategy games that were considered revolutionary for their time and manage to maintain considerable relevance even today.
Updated gameplay includes built-in support for Windows 7, Version 8.1 and Version 10, cloud storage support that allows them to sync across multiple PCs, support for online game modes and a variety of small enhancements designed to make control and experience more modern and convenient - with $ 6 price tags for Warcraft: Orcs and Humans And $ 10 for Warcraft 2: Battle.net Edition Which includes Tides of Darkness and the Beyond the Dark Portal expansion pack.
Together with the remake of StarCraft launched last year and the remake of Warcraft 3 coming soon, it seems that nineties kids now have a chance to re-experience the best of Blizzard's hits - and we can only wonder if there's a chance of seeing a launch onGOG Also of slightly less popular products from the company, such as The Lost Vikings games or the action-platform game Blackthorne for example.