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Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne is a real-time strategy computer game developed for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Mac OS X by Blizzard Entertainment.
It is the official expansion pack to Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, requiring Reign of Chaos to play. Released in stores worldwide in multiple languages beginning on July 1, 2003, it includes new units for each race, two new auxiliary races, four campaigns, five neutral heroes (an additional neutral hero was added April 2004 and two more were added in August 2004), the ability to build a shop and various other improvements such as the ability to queue upgrades. Sea units were reintroduced; they had been present in Warcraft II but were absent in Reign of Chaos.
Blizzard Entertainment has released patches for the game to fix bugs, extend the scripting system, and balance multiplayer.
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne was originally announced on January 22, 2003.
On February 14, 2003, Blizzard announced the first beta test for the game, which offered 10,000 players to sample the game.
On March 10, 2003, 10,000 more players were selected to participate in the beta test.
On May 29, 2003, Blizzard announced that the expansion set had "gone gold".
There have been many patches, including patch 1.21b which allowed the game to be played without the official CD. On April 4, 2008 Blizzard released a new test version of Warcraft III patch 1.22. The patch was available for testing on the "Westfall" beta server. The Westfall server was recently taken down and a message by Blizzard was given stating that a live release of patch 1.22 to all realms would be forthcoming. On July 1, 2008 patch 1.22 was released. With update 1.23, many third-party programs where rendered unusable.
Several third-party programs that reveal the entire map, commonly known as maphacks, where released for this update.
It also disabled collided maps, which would make modified custom maps appear to be the same as the original.
Another effect of the patch, which is not included in the release notes, is that custom maps with large filenames will not appear in the game. The limit is believed to be 20 characters, but this has not yet been tested.
The 1.23 patch included no actual changes to gameplay, and the 1.24a to 1.24d patches soon followed suit.
Starting with patch 1.24e, Blizzard eliminated the need to have the CD to boot up the game, so gamers can play the game without needing to monitor the condition of their disc.
Any patch released after 1.24d will include the feature.
In 2011 blizzard released various updates for Warcraft 3 TFT, including patch 1.25a, 1.25b and the latest one, 1.26a.