StarCraft 2 producer Chris Sigaty revealed the game will get support for 3D via a post-release patch. Unfortunately, Sigaty also confirmed StarCraft II won't support anti-aliasing, but gamers can look forward to new visual features as time goes on and "median hardware gets faster".
"We will be releasing 3D in the first few months, for those Nvidia cards and screens that support it," Sigaty told IGN (via VG247). And despite Nvidia being name-dropped specifically (and despite the fact Nvidia had a presence at the StarCraft 2 event in Seoul, South Korea where the interview was taking place), Sigaty also assured that they're "optimizing for all systems."
But 3D effects aren't the only graphical update that StarCraft 2 will get, as Sigaty also said Blizzard intends to continue to update the game with new visual features as time goes on and "median hardware gets faster." And while Sigaty also confirmed StarCraft 2 won't support anti-aliasing (a technique used to smooth out the rough edges in 3D graphics) out of the box, that could be one of the graphical updates the game receives later on.