Despite being canceled almost 15 years ago, gameplay from Blizzard Entertainment‘s highly talked about third-person shooter StarCraft: Ghost has surfaced.
The unexpected footage shows off the menus and basic gameplay, offering the best idea yet of what the unreleased military science fiction stealth-action video game could’ve been like. According to reports, the footage was recorded from a leaked build from a dev kit going around that eager players are playing on modified Xbox 360s.
Set four years after the end of StarCraft: Brood War, the game was set to be centered around Nova, a Terran psychic espionage operative called a “Ghost.” Intended to give fans an intimate interaction with the StarCraft universe, the game was initially announced in 2002 and was being developed for the Nintendo Gamecube, Microsoft Xbox and Sony PlayStation 2. Ultimately canceled in 2005, the game has been talked about by fans of StarCraft for more than a decade.
Check out the gameplay of the canceled StarCraft Ghost third-person shooter above.
Who would have thought a month ago that Starcraft Ghost would leak in some form? pic.twitter.com/24wCp4XBsE
— Andrew Borman (@Borman18) February 16, 2020
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