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.SC2ASSETS File Extension

File TypeBlizzard StarCraft 2 Assets File

DeveloperBlizzard Entertainment
Popularity
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CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is an SC2ASSETS file?

Mo'PaQ data file (.MPQ file) used by StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, an outer space real-time strategy game; stores an archive of data files for a game campaign or modification; may be installed with the game, or may be created using a MPQ editor.

More Information

StarCraft II assets files can contain various types of game data, including audio, video, models, textures, and other data. Commonly bundled audio files include .OGG and .WAV files. Textures are commonly in a .DDS format, and videos are often included as .OGV files. Other files include .FXA actor animations and .M3 model files.

SC2ASSETS files can be found in the StarCraft II installation in the \StarCraft II\Campaigns\Liberty.SC2Campaign\ and \StarCraft II\Mods\Liberty.SC2Mod\ directories, as well as others.

StarCraft II assets files are typically very large in size since they contain audio, video, and graphics data. For example, the file base.SC2Assets in the \StarCraft II\Campaigns\Liberty.SC2Campaign\ directory is 3.72GB in size.

NOTE: Since SC2ASSETS files are created in an MPQ format, you can rename their extension to ".mpq" and open them with an MPQ editor.

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Programs that open SC2ASSETS files
Windows
Blizzard StarCraft 2
MPQ Editor
StormLib Library
Mac
Blizzard StarCraft 2
MPQ Extractor
StormLib Library
MPQKit
Linux
mpq-tools
StormLib Library
Updated 8/5/2010

About the file extension sc2assets

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