Blizzard's classics go free

The original Warcraft game joins Diablo - File-less protection

Blizzard's works have been available for years in digital form only on the Battle.net platform, or Shop in its modern, personal name - when it meant that veteran titles such as Diablo or Warcraft that were not available at this online store were not available at all, to the dismay of nostalgia enthusiasts. Happily, this is where the online store came in To the picture.

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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 has spawned a new genre of action-role that exists and continues to develop today - Restore to the network in a modern version without file protections And is adapted for operation in modern operating systems, all within the framework of the digital store created by the Polish development studio responsible for the Witcher games.

After the rebirth of Diablo I, there is also a contributor to the strategy games that helped the genre advance into its great glory days

Now, GOG and Blizzard's collaboration continues to expand with the official launch of both Warcraft and 2 in free versions - a pair of real-time strategy games that were considered revolutionary for their time and still maintain considerable relevance even today.

The original Warcraft definitely gives away the fact of being Ben 25 - even in the modern version

The updated game includes built-in support for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 versions, support for cloud reservations that enable synchronization on multiple computers, support for online game modes and a range of small enhancements designed to make control and experience more modern and convenient - with 6 $ price tags for Warcraft: Orcs and Humans And 10 dollars for Warcraft 2: Battle.net Edition Which includes Tides of Darkness and the Beyond the Dark Portal expansion pack.


Warcraft 2 looks much better, to our delight

With the re-launch of StarCraft last year and the upcoming version of Warcraft 3, it seems that the children of the nineties now have the chance to re-experience the best of Blizzard's hits - and we just have to wonder if there's a chance that we'll see Also the products are slightly less popular than the company, such as the Lost Vikings games or Blackthorne-platform action game for example.