StarCraft: Remastered has a release date. On August 14, 2017, people will be to pick it up for PCs for $14.99. The updated version of the classic strategy game upgrades the audio graphics of StarCraft and its Brood War expansion, adds widescreen UHD support, cloud saves for campaign saves, hotkey preferences, and game replays, and the option to go between the original StarCraft and remaster.
StarCraft: Remastered is a worldwide release. This means it will be available in multiple languages. You can play it in Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese (simplified and traditional), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, and Spanish (European and Latin American).
There will be pre-order and general purchase bonuses for StarCraft: Remastered. Aiur Nexus, Char Hive, and Korhal Command Center building skins will be given as the pre-order bonus. Meanwhile, people who already have StarCraft II will get three portraits inspired by teh game and Alexei Stukov as a co-op commander after buying this remaster.
StarCraft originally launched on Windows in 1998 and Macs in 1999. It appeared on the Nintendo 64 in 2000.