Total War architects The Creative Assembly have applauded Blizzard's commitment to PC - claiming that the StarCraft giant's dedication helps "prove that the PC is more than capable of being a triple-A platform".
Writing in CVG's forums earlier today, the Sega-owned UK studio gave props to the importance of today's StarCraft II launch - commenting that both companies are working towards similar aims.
The Creative Assembly is leading up to its own triple-A PC launch next year, of course - with Total War: Shogun 2.
'We're really glad Blizzard continues to make PC titles, even as a developer that aims at the same players,' wrote Kieran Brigden, studio communications manager at TCA.
'These guys consistently prove that PC is more than capable of being a AAA platform with huge, well performing titles. An aim we're always working towards too.
'The excitement surrounding SC2 affects us plenty. There's a lot of collectors editions popping up on people's desks, even at a time when we're busy on Shogun 2.
'Either way, as a fellow PC developer, and a strategy one at that, just wanted to turn up and wave the flag.'
Fair play, Kieran, fair play.
Industry analyst Michael Pachter told CVG this morning that he expects StarCraft 2 to shift three million units in its opening week.