There's little use in arguing against the idea that Blizzard wants to put out the best possible game it can. The dozen years between StarCraft II and its predecessor is proof enough. But as most of the SC2 flock are aware, what little was left out might be added in at some point in the future. Blizzard staffers on the game's official message board aren't ruling out much (via Big Download) when it comes to requests and fixing stuff based on concerns.
Take, for example, this post by social man "Zaryhm" in response to a user asking for more challenge missions. "New challenge missions are certainly a good possibility for future content updates or expansions," Zarhym wrote.
Or this post, a response to a user who wants shared replays. "This is a functionality we're interested in providing our players at some point in the future," other social media person "Lylirra" wrote.
== TEASER ==Or this post that expresses that Blizzard plans to allow Oceanic users to pick which region they want to compete within. Two licenses, one person, but no cross-chat.
"We have plans to allow for Oceanic players to choose which region they want to play in. This is something coming in the future," Zarhym wrote. "You'll have two separate licenses and can choose between North America and Southeast Asia."
Or, lastly, this post, written in response to a user's question about the map creation's limit shackles. "No current plans, but we're aware that there are concerns regarding the current limits for publishing and sharing player-made maps. The feedback we've received so far is good, and we're keeping a very close eye on how the system is being used. This in turn will help us determine how best to accommodate our players and the mapmaking community-at-large."
Decent requests are met with an open-mind, and as you'll notice in some cases, boilerplate maybes. Blizzard might be the type of studio that might take a billion years to push out a game, but it's a studio that listens to its fans and tends to do them right by adding what they want, though, I'm not so sure its keen on this feature request. Regardless, if you want a glimpse into what may be added into future updates or patches, these are it.