Classic Games is a division of Blizzard Entertainment, founded in/by 2015. Its stated role is to 'restore' the 'classic games' of Blizzard, such as StarCraft, Warcraft III, and Diablo II.[1] It is headed by Robert Bridenbecker.[2] At the time of its formation, it consisted of around a dozen individuals.[3]

It is responsible for the development of StarCraft: Remastered—a remake of the original StarCraft.[4] As of June 2017, the team was hiring staff, and is intended to be a permanent team among Blizzard's development teams.[5] It is currently involved in maintaining the "classic servers" of Diablo II and Warcraft III, as neither of these games are integrated with the current client.[6] Its next project, Warcraft III: Reforged, was announced at BlizzCon 2018.[7]


Members of the team originally joked that they should be titled "Team 0."[8]


  1. 2015-11-04, Blizzard Looking to Revive These Classic Games. GameSpot, accessed on 2017-04-01
  2. 2017-04-21, Remastering StarCraft's Art. Blizzard Entertainment, accessed on 2017-04-21
  3. 2018-11-04, Blizzcon 2018 Warcraft III: Reforged interview | Blizzplanet. YouTube, accessed on 2018-11-07
  4. 2017-03-26, An interview with the Devs of StarCraft: Remastered. Team Liquid, accessed on 2017-04-01
  5. 2017-06-30, StarCraft Remastered devs unveil price, explain how much is being rebuilt. Ars Technica, accessed on 2017-07-01
  6. 2017-11-04, BlizzCon 2017: Developer Interview with Matt Morris, Lead Designer Classic Games. YouTube, accessed on 2017-11-06
  7. 2018-11-04, Wowhead Interview with Warcraft III Reforged Team at BlizzCon 2018, Wowhead. Accessed on 2018-11-06
  8. 2018-11-19, How Does Blizzard Choose Which Game to Remaster Next?. Game Informer, accessed on 2018-11-25
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