With the release date of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty under a month away, the anticipation of PC gamers around the world is palpable as the minutes tick down to the long-awaited follow up to one of the most popular RTS games of all time. True to form, Blizzard will not be resting on its laurels once the game is released though. The company, which managed to have the original StarCraft remain relavent for twelve years by constantly tweaking the game, intends to upgrade the latest iteration shortly after release, this time by adding 3D.
Speaking to IGN, Chris Sigaty, production director for SCII stated "we will be releasing 3D in the first few months, for those Nvidia cards and screens that support it." As for gamers with ATI cards, the only response was that Blizzard is "optimizing for all systems".
That was the only update promised, although there could be future patches which would be put out post-release.
You can check out the full article, which includes details as to how Blizzard is balancing different markets' demands and much much more at the link below. Also, be sure to check out StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, when it releases July 27th 2010 on the PC.