It’s nice to see so much invested in a PC only title in this day and age. Who said gaming on the PC was dead?
Video game production is in a slump, the world’s struggling with the tail-end of the Global Financial Crisis, and Activision Blizzard has spent more than US$100 million developing StarCraft II.
The sequel’s been 12 years coming, and expectations are understandably high, with analysts predicting several million units will be sold this year alone – comfortably padding Activision‘s wallet.
And lets face it Blizzard aren’t short of cash thanks to World of Warcraft.
Read the full story over @ GamePron