Following the release of Diablo 1 on GoG.com earlier this month, Blizzard has also now released Warcraft 1 and Warcraft 2 strategy games as well. The games are now compatible with modern operating systems and Warcraft 2 has two ways to play, one with original graphics that is compatible with Battle.net Classic and one with higher resolutions that can only be played by LAN.
1994's Warcraft 1 will set you back a whopping $6 and 1995's Warcraft 2 is $10. You can also purchase s bundled version containing both for $15.
In anticipation of the upcoming 25th anniversary of Warcraft, we brought you the real-time strategy classics that started it all Warcraft: Orcs and Humans and Warcraft II Battle.net Edition, including both the original Tides of Darkness and the Beyond the Dark Portal expansion. Starting today, players can once again explore these universe-defining games as they become available digitally and DRM-free for the first time ever!