Blizzard Entertainment has released a new version of its popular online multiplayer game, “Warcraft II.”
The new version includes new graphics, audio, sound effects and music, but some changes may make it less accessible to fans.
The new version adds a “WarCraft II” voiceover and a new option to enable or disable voiceover during battle.
The game also includes a new achievement that awards players with “Warfare Glory,” an in-game currency that is earned when players kill enemies with their own weapons.
The achievement is earned by killing the enemies with the “Warhammer” class weapon.
It was previously awarded for killing the enemy with the most health.
Blizzard also made changes to the game’s “Warrior” class, removing the ability to wear the “Dark Elf” armor.
Players can now wear the armor with any class, regardless of class.
BlizzCon attendees were able to try out the new version earlier this month, with attendees playing through a beta test and giving the game a thorough test run.