StarCraft II will be going 3D, it’s been revealed.
The third dimension will be patched onto the imminent RTS sequel in a future update, production director Chris Sigaty has told IGN. There’s no date yet, but those with nVidia cards and screens that support it can expect it “in the first few months”. That’s around August-September then.
As for the MIA-in-the-beta anti-alias support, Sigaty makes no promises. But again, smooth edges — as well as other graphical upgrades — may arrive with future updates ‘as technology advances, and the median hardware gets faster’.
The game itself is out later this month, on July 27th.