Nearly 14 years after its 2002 launch, Warcraft 3 — the last real-time strategy game under that franchise's name — is still being patched.
The patch arrives on March 15, as announced in the video below, subtitled in Chinese, for fans of the game in that country. The same patch will be applied globally. No specific details are given as to what the patch addresses.
Robert Bridenbecker, the lead developer for Blizzard's "classic games" group, adds tha this won't be the final patch for the game, either, and that Blizzard has more in mind.
Last year, Blizzard reconstituted its older series, such as StarCraft, Diablo 2 and Warcraft 3, under a legacy games division, with a mission of "restoring them to glory." All three games are still currently supported on Battle.net.