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Command & Conquer Remastered Available Now

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EA together with Westwood Studios and Petroglyph Games are proud to announce the launch of Command & Conquer Remastered Collection, available at $19.99, The collection includes Tiberian Dawn, Red Alert, and all its three expansion packs, Covert Ops, Counterstrike, and The Aftermath.

Available on Origin and Steam, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection the collection features new graphics and textures, 4k resolution resolution support, remastered soundtrack, also the controls and UI has also been revisited. Multiplayer has received a major overhaul, leaderboards, replays and 1v1 quick match available.

“Thank you to everyone in the C&C community for their encouragement, positive energy, and engagement throughout this project. We certainly hope the game lives up to your expectations when you begin playing, and can live on with the community as you begin delving into the source code and UGC tools.” Said Jim Vessella, via Reddit.

Produced Vesella, also shared important news prior the launch of the game, the source code for both Command & Conquer and Red Alert will be open for the modding community.

“It’s worth noting this initiative is the direct result of a collaboration between some of the community council members and our teams at EA,” said Vessella. “After discussing with the council members, we made the decision to go with the GPL license to ensure compatibility with projects like CnCNet and Open RA. Our goal was to deliver the source code in a way that would be truly beneficial for the community, and we hope this will enable amazing community projects for years to come.”

Command & Conquer  is a real-time strategy game, it was originally developed by Westwood Studios. The game was one of the earliest of the RTS genre, itself based on Westwood Studios’ influential strategy game Dune II.

Source: Rock Paper Shotgun

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