Blizzard Entertainment shared an in-house interview with the developers currently working on the StarCraft: Remastered. This behind-the-scenes interview shows a few side-by-side comparisons between the original StarCraft in-game art and the remastered version. Read the full interview.
Brian Sousa Senior 3D Artist
You worked on the original game back in 1997. What’s been the coolest thing for you to revisit as a leading artist on StarCraft: Remastered?
Brian: There were some things that really made me geek out. The new Goliath the team came up with—it’s so awesome, it makes me feel bad, because I made the original one. I was like, “Oh my God, did you see how much detail they put into this thing?”
Update: The image teased was not related to StarCraft Remastered. Oops! It was instead the reveal of a new StarCraft II Co-op Commander: Fenix. That I did nail. Check out the announcement videos here
Recently, Blizzard Entertainment announced the StarCraft Remastered Edition is coming this summer. The original StarCraft is getting an upgrade to 4K high-definition, and that means cinematics should definitely be remade from scratch.
Today, the StarCraft Twitter posted an enigmatic image, that doesn’t exactly reveal much unless you know your StarCraft lore. The image in question seems to depict a zealot and a hydralisk. If you take a close look at the background, it shows what looks like a temple pillar.
The image harkens fans to the cinematic where a hydralisk ambushes Fenix the zealot, and kills him (behind-the-scene). Blizzard hasn’t discussed much about the StarCraft Remastered cinematics, but this image opens the possibility of a upcoming cinematic reveal.
Watch the video below to check out the original cinematic scene described in this new image.