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Games News - Blizzard announces the first Warcraft III Invitational

The event will show in action the aggregates of the new patch


During the week there were some rumors about the release of a new version of Warcraft III . However, Blizzard prepared another kind of surprise for the RTS fans. This is Warcraft III Invitational, a tournament where the company will show the news that the game will receive with a new patch.

This update is for now in the public realm of game tests. The update will add support for panoramic screens and games for 24 players in total.

Also, there will be some balance adjustments in 17 Warcraft III heroes . To make matters worse, the size of the maps will now be 480x480 in the editor and you can place up to 30,000 objects in your creations.

To show the news in action, Warcraft III Invitational will take place from February 27 to 28. The event will be broadcast through Twitch so that all interested parties can see it.




"After more than 15 years since the release of Reign of Chaos , Warcraft III has a new important patch to come and your favorite players will participate in the first Warcraft III Invitational to celebrate," the company wrote from its official website .

According to the details, the event will be presented by Neo and Remo of Back2Warcraft . There will be Free-for-All, 4v4 games and other modalities. The meeting will have the participation of 14 players, among which are Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen, Park "Lyn" Joon and Kim "ReMinD" Sung Sik.

The company previously stated that it does not work on a remastering of the RTS . This is because the original game can still be improved. However, there are those who think that Blizzard could be preparing a big surprise. On the other hand, Duncan Jones recently said that does not rule out a sequel to the film of  Warcraft . Here you will find more news about this title.

What do you think about the novelties that will come to the game? Are you planning to continue the broadcast of the tournament? Tell us in the comments.

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