In 1998, Blizzard redefined the RTS genre with the release of StarCraft. Nearly 20 years later, StarCraft is getting a polished, shiny HD makeover with StarCraft Remastered.

Blizzard talks up a big game about the improvements you’ll notice in StarCraft Remastered. They’ve completely remastered the game’s units, buildings, and environments. Its improved visuals are reportedly so good, that you can rapidly zoom out for “Battlecruiser’s view of the battlefield” or zoom in to see the “veins on a Mutalisk’s wings.” Plus, the game’s resolutions will support 4K UHD visuals.

In addition to the visual overhaul, they’ve also decided to improve the presentation. “Race-themed comic book interludes” will retell the original story, alongside re-recorded dialogue and a re-recorded soundtrack. Blizzard states that it’s still the original story, but with a “fresh coat of paint.”

The official page offers a slider that allows you to view some of the visual upgrades. You’ll see huge differences between the original 1998 graphics and StarCraft Remaster‘s visuals. W-what? Don’t believe me? Just take a look at the Terran Battlecruiser below.

The remaster is catered towards the original’s still active esports fanbase. As a result, the gameplay of the original StarCraft “remains unchanged” in the remaster. The game still runs on the same engine and the screen ratio remains the same.

StarCraft Remaster is due some time in 2017’s second quarter. The Brood War expansion will be a part of the game on launch.