Electronic Arts has official Command & Conquer Remastered Collection news on the way. The game’s YouTube page is currently teasing the official reveal trailer.
Premiering March 9 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET, The Command & Conquer Remastered Collection reveal trailer will give us our first extended look at the package, which includes the original and Red Alert with their expansions. The games feature remastered audio and visuals, including 4K support. They also include reworked multiplayer built on dedicated servers meant to discourage cheating, as well as custom matches, one-on-one quickmatch mode, and lobby chat.
The series is famous for its FMV cutscenes, and these are also getting the remastered treatment in the collection. The original footage was upscaled rather than reshooting it in order to preserve the nostalgia, and the development team used AI in order to improve the resolution. Developer Petroglyph Games contains members of the original Westwood Studios team.
Command & Conquer Remastered Collection doesn’t currently have a release date. This could be announced in the official trailer.
EA’s other Command & Conquer game is the free-to-play mobile game Command & Conquer Rivals. It’s a simpler game, but still requires you to master your army’s units in order to overwhelm your opponent. With no new traditional game announced for the series, players weren’t too pleased when it was announced.
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