When it comes down to popular real-time strategy titles of the 10’s decade one of few games that instantly comes to mind is StarCraft developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. Ever since its release back in 2010 StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty has been praised by fans and critics alike with the inclusion of over 25 playable campaign missions. The cool thing about the campaign missions in this StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty was that they were non-linear unlike some titles that came before it along players to partake in jobs to earn money and upgrade weapons in the process. As cool it would be to see StarCraft II on the Nintendo Switch it seems very unlikely that it will ever happen.
In fact, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty never appeared on any home based consoles such as the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PS4 or the Xbox One since its release. The last time we ever saw a StarCraft on a Nintendo based console was the original title appeared on the N64 back in 1998. The Nintendo 64 version of the original StarCraft game was no where near as good as the Microsoft Windows port and it honestly would be best if Blizzard Entertainment kept most their StarCraft on exclusively on PC. In theory, StarCraft II could be an attraction on the Nintendo Switch but will all the new games we currently have such as Super Mario Odessey, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2 and others it could also be overshadowed if the release happened between 2019-2020.