StarCraft II: “We’ll take as long as we need”

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 14 October 2008 21:10 GMT

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Speaking to VE3D, Blizzard’s Bob Colayco has stood up for the decision to split StarCraft II into three separate parts, saying the firm won’t be rushed into bringing the game to market.

“We’ll take as long as we need,” he said.

“We’re talking about 26-30 missions for each chapter of the trilogy, more cutscenes, more interactive elements, and campaign choices that become more meaningful,” he added.

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