Not everything that cult developer Blizzard Entertainment touches turns to gold – the studio has recently also found this in relation to Warcraft III: Reforged. StarCraft: Ghost, however, was not even finished. Years after the shot, however, a worth seeing, detailed video with gameplay has appeared.
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StarCraft: Ghost will certainly not go down in Blizzard Entertainment's history as a successful chapter. The game had already been announced at the Tokyo Game Show in 2002 and was supposed to be an important title for Blizzard in the console market; after all, the studio of its time was successful almost exclusively in the PC sector.
In the end, however, as is well known, everything turned out differently: In 2006, StarCraft: Ghost was initially put on hold for an indefinite period of time, followed in 2014 by co-founder Mike Morhaime with official confirmation that the stealth action title – a spin-off of the well-known strategy series – was completely stamped out.
It is all the more surprising that a relatively high-resolution video clip has actually appeared on the Internet years later. In this you can watch game scenes from the set StarCraft: Ghost in 720p for over seven minutes. The source of the material is unclear, but you can see the opening sequence of the game.
In addition to the gameplay clip below, two other videos have also appeared on the net. One came from YouTube user Leerz Meneses, who referred to a leak by "some guy who found it on a DevKit". The third clip was discovered by users in the ResetEra forum and was apparently already uploaded in January. These latter two videos have since been banned from the Internet again. For this reason, I prefer to watch the 7-minute clip sooner rather than later – who knows how long it will be shown.