HOTS UI Update

Discussion in 'NOTD Discussion' started by EdowardoLMP, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. EdowardoLMP

    EdowardoLMP Well-Known Member

    Recently Blizzard has update the client with HOTS UI. Which also implemented all new functions including the group and clan making. It's also wise to pick someone (who has the higher power) to control the group in all regions.

    SEA has already patched and running, so I would expect NA will be the same in the next 24 hrs.

    Also, I have created a "temp" group in SEA, still trying to figure out how it works. Group Link in SEA region: starcraft://group/6/42

    EDIT: of course, the public chat channel is still available.
  2. Scorpione

    Scorpione Well-Known Member

    New? Old* Features that many were spamming for that were in broodwars finally have been featured. Shared replays and clans should've been a thing from day 1 of sc2.

    There's no major change in the UI.
    All they did is remove top button make news smaller and the options you'd have on the mini start arrow bottom left is now left align centered.

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    New interface with new menu screems (Nothing major)
    Launch of in-game clans and groups (Should've been since day1)
    New replay features (Should've been since day1 and not really new)
    Editor improvements (Good)
    New matchmaking options: Training Mode vs AI Mode and Unranked Play (good)
    'Players Near You' feature to help find other players on your network (Should've been since day1 not really new)
    Customisable Observer UI (Should've been since day1)
    Revised help section (Should've been since day1)
    New game privacy options (Should've been since day1)
    New group sounds (huh?)
    Language selection (in some regions) (Should've been since day1)

    StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm is set for release on March 12, and will include all the improvements listed above. It will also add new units, new campaign, new leveling system, new multiplayer maps, new tilesets and rewards such as skins, portraits, decals and dances.

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