StarCraft: Ghost was one of the latest third-person shooter entry in the StarCraft series which was originally targetted for Xbox/PS2/GameCube. However, this game was never finished by the developers and has been seen only during E3, 2005 and had an only little picture of this game. But now, for the first time, footage of the game has appeared online.
The leaked footage of this game appeared online is a playable test build of StarCraft: Ghost, stored on an Xbox dev kit. The leaked footage of StarCraft: Ghost shows the complete game in action. It shows how the final release of the game will look like.
The playable test built is still not the best release to be seen for this game. It is very much a work-in-progress as it looks like aiming is quite wonky, but it’s also the clearest look many of us have ever had at how the game played. It’s likely that more footage will surface now that this build has surfaced.
If we consider the statement from the company’s employee, StarCraft: Ghost had never truly been “cancelled,” and that instead, it was “on hold”. However, the game disappeared after E3 2005. The game was being developed by the now-defunct Nihilistic Software, alongside Swingin’ Ape Studios, which was eventually bought out by and integrated into Blizzard Entertainment.
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