Less Content Storage in StarCraft 2 Annoys Users

Less Content Storage in StarCraft 2 Annoys Users

The much awaited RTS game StarCraft II, a Blizzard product was launched a week ago and now, it’s another patch is ready to be dispatched.

The game enables users with lot many features, but it lacks in content storage, which extends to merely 25 MB. The users can access the content available on Battle. net only and that is also uploaded by the players.

There is also a possibility that the undesirable content is removed from the site. The conditions have been listed by Blizzard, for the non-removal of the content.

This is annoying for users, as due to the scarcity of storage, they won’t be able to upload their contents embedded with lot of music, graphics, acting etc. Also, the game cannot be played from a content already stored in the computer. Only Blizzard can meet the requirements and it seem like the Company wants to have complete control over the game.

Bashiok, the Manager of the Community said, "It simply wasn't possible when our in-game support used to consist of approximately 20 technical support agents”.

Blizzard wants to check the absurd content, as it fears that its ratings might decline, since it controls and monitors every file being uploaded.

LittleBigPlanet also do so, which is an extremely distressing thing for the players.

The users are experiencing many other problems since the launch of the game, including difficulty in commencing the missions and complexity in accessing the features of game's single player version.

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