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Big changes coming to StarCraft 2 multiplayer

Blizzard has signalled big changes are coming to StarCraft 2 multiplayer. The developers are working on a major design patch that targets underused units and abilities as well as sudden game-ending moments. Changes to StarCraft 2's economy, unit redesigns across the three races and more. Units in-line to be re-jigged include the Terran's Mule unit and caster units. On the protoss side, Blizzard is taking another look at the early game defenses to see if it can make these defenses revolve more around the basic Protoss early game units.
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