Blizzard Updates 'StarCraft' Again


Posted September 11, 2008 - By Brian Leahy

In an effort to prove that they will support a game the longest, Blizzard has released a new patch for their best-selling RTS StarCraft.

The patch brings the game up to version 1.15.3 and includes the following fixes:

  • Fixed a communication bug affecting third party leagues.
  • Alt-F6 no longer stalls the game on Windows.
  • Game now works correctly on versions of Mac OS X which do not support 256-color mode.

A word of warning, however. The patch breaks compatibility with iCCup and Chaoslauncher so hold off on upgrading if you really need your third-party league action.

iCCup, for those of you that don't know, is a third-party, emulated Battle.net that most of the skilled StarCraft players use, even some of the Korean pro's.

Chaoslauncher is a 3rd-party program that offers a customized, expanded experience like actions-per-minute (APM) tracking, better observer tools, and auto-replay saving.

Hopefully both services will be up and running with the new patch soon.

Do you still play StarCraft? We do.


Blizzard Updates 'StarCraft' Again


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