• StarCraft

    Overwatch's tribute to StarCraft is now available. A free Kerrigan skin for Widowmaker can be yours by simply logging into the game anytime between now and April 3. The skin gives Widowmaker a Terran makeover, outfitting her with the look of StarCraft's most famous Ghost–at least, before she became the Queen of Blades.

    This is one of several cross-promotional goodies Blizzard has planned to celebrate StarCraft's 20th anniversary on March 31. Starting today you can also get portraits and decals by logging into StarCraft: Remastered and StarCraft 2, and a Battlecruiser pet in Diablo 3. Hearthstone will get a StarCraft-themed Tavern Brawl on March 21, Heroes of the Storm will sport anniversary portraits starting on March 27, and World of Warcraft will get its own StarCraft pets

    Blizzard started laying some groundwork for an anniversary celebration last year, with the announcement that the original would become free, accompanied by a relatively cheap 4K remastered version. StarCraft helped build the studio into the name it is today, so it only makes sense to roll out the red carpet when a big birthday comes around.

    This comes hot on the heels of Overwatch's latest new character announcement: Brigette, a support-class and daughter of fellow support Torbjorn. She naturally came along with her own set of set of skins to customize as you like. She's currently only on the public test realm, but she'll be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One soon.