Starcraft: Mass Recall is a fan remake of the first StarCraft in StarCraft 2, version 7.1 available for download

Starcraft fans, here is a project you really need to download and play. The team behind Starcraft: Mass Recall has released a brand new version, allowing players to experience the first Starcraft games in the Starcraft 2 Engine.

According to its description, Starcraft: Mass Recall is a project that recreates the classic Starcraft and Brood War gameplay as well as the entire single-player campaigns within the Starcraft 2 engine. This basically means that Starcraft: Mass Recall features 68 maps, 59 from the original Brood War game, 3 that were hidden or deleted on various Starcraft supports, and 6 from the 1998 demo campaign.

What’s really great here is that this mod can be used with any Starcraft 2 version, including the free Starter edition. As such, you won’t have to purchase the game in order to experience this fan remake of these classic strategy games.

Version 7.1 features many new extra campaigns including the Starcraft official demo prequel “Loomings”, the custom enhanced campaign “Enslavers Redux”, and the original “Stukov Series” 3-map bundle along with two new missions to enhance the Stukov story.  Moreover, this latest version includes a slew of new Starcraft: Remastered features including remastered briefings rooms, loading images, story cinematics, improved FMV cinematics, enhanced audio tracks, and more.

Those interested can download Starcraft: Mass Recall V7.1 from here. We’ve also included below a trailer from Mass Recall’s previous version that will give you an idea of what you can expect from this fan remake.

Have fun!

Starcraft Mass Recall 7.0 - Trailer 2

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