From the early days of StarCraft: Remastered to the future of StarCraft II, relive some of the most epic StarCraft moments from BlizzCon 2017 with the Virtual Ticket.
BlizzCon attendees and Virtual Ticket holders also receive a trio in-game bonus items for StarCraft II: the BlizzCon 2017 Junker SCV, Prove, and Drone skins!
Here are some of the StarCraft highlights from BlizzCon that you can still catch up on with the Virtual Ticket:
StarCraft II | What’s Next
Christopher “Crash” Reed, David Sum, Michael Scipione, Valerie Watrous, and Travis Castillo join Sean ‘Day’ Plott to help set the stage for the future of StarCraft II, detailing upcoming content and game updates to Co-op and Versus multiplayer, as well as new directions the StarCraft story is headed.
StarCraft Remastered | Then and Now
Hosted by legendary StarCraft commentator and personality Sean ‘Day’ Plott, this retrospective brought together Blizzard developers and artists Bob Fitch, Collin Murray, Samwise Didier, Brian Sousa, Rob Bridenbecker, Pete Stillwell, Grant Davies to discuss their work on the original StarCraft and StarCraft: Brood War as well as their approach to updating StarCraft for the 21st century.
Carbot Creates Live!
Acclaimed community artist Jonathan “Carbot” Burton, known for his hilarious video series based on Blizzard games including StarCrafts, Hero Storm, and WowCraft, showed the BlizzCon audience how his iconic Carbot animations are created—sharing techniques, ideas, and answering.
BlizzCon also played host to some incredible StarCraft II esports competition. The biggest prize pool in StarCraft II esports history, $700,000, was at stake in the WCS Global Finals. While 16 players from around the world qualified for the year-end showdown, the final two competitors were a pair of Korean Zerg players, Rogue and soO. Check out the thrilling grand final and the rest of the tournament free in our VOD archive.
The BlizzCon 2017 Virtual Ticket will be on sale until November 28, and you’ll be able to enjoy this year’s Virtual Ticket videos through January 2018, complete with English, German, French, Russian, or Korean subtitles.
You can also give a Virtual Ticket as a gift, complete with the in-game bonus items for Hearthstone, World of Warcraft, Overwatch, StarCraft II, Diablo III, and Heroes of the Storm.