Blizzard isn't averse to making a new Warcraft strategy game once StarCraft II winds down.

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void producer Tim Morten told IGN at Gamescom that his team will "consider Warcraft, StarCraft, or even new ideas" for its next project.

"It’s very rewarding for us to hear that there’s demand out there for more RTS content in the Warcraft universe so once we’re done with Void I think we’ll get together as a team and talk about what would inspire us to work on next."

Morten reiterated that new expansion to the wildly popular sci-fi RTS will be the last: "This isn’t the end of StarCraft, but it’s the end of this story for these characters."

This is the first rumbling out of Blizzard that a new Warcraft RTS was even being considered, with World of Warcraft having previously been proclaimed as the franchise's future.

Fans would likely welcome a new Warcraft title, given how warmly-received Warcraft III and its expansions were.

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is scheduled for a release in late 2015.