Over the years, EA has released games related to their Command & Conquer franchise, such as a web version of the game and also a version for mobile. However, fans were pretty chuffed when last year, the company announced that they would be remastering some of the older versions of the game.
Back in the day, Command & Conquer was one of the more popular RTS games available, although in recent times we haven’t really heard much about the franchise, at least until earlier this year when EA announced Command & Conquer: Rivals which would be a game released for mobile.
EA did drop hints recently that it may remaster the Command & Conquer games and it’s now offering more information about the plan. The publisher has confirmed that it will be offering remastered versions of the first two Command & Conquer games. That’s not all, the original C&C and Red Alert games will be remastered in 4K.
Earlier this year EA announced a new Command & Conquer game called Rivals. However this isn’t the Command & Conquer RTS that most people are familiar with. Instead it is a title designed for mobile devices. For those who are curious about the new game, you might be interested to learn that EA has confirmed that the game will be released on the 4th of December.
Yesterday in a post on Reddit, EA hinted that they are thinking of releasing Command & Conquer remasters to celebrate the franchise turning 25 years old. Now as a company, EA seems to really love their microtransactions and some were rightfully wondering if the remaster could feature microtransactions.
RTS games these days aren’t quite as common as back in the day, when titles like Age of Empires, StarCraft, Red Alert, and Command & Conquer were some of the heavy hitters as far as games were concerned. Now over the years we’ve seen how EA has been showing signs of interest in the Command & Conquer franchise.
Many of us have fond memories of playing Command & Conquer as it used to be one of the most popular real-time strategy games over the past few decades. However, it has been a long time since a new title in the series was released so many players have obviously given up on the series by now. While many would still be hoping that a new full-fledged Command & Conquer […]
The thing about video games these days is that they are starting to sport graphics that are more realistic than ever. In some cases this has actually resulted in news outlets on TV to share images of video games that are thought to be real, although we have to wonder what the excuse Russia’s UK embassy has for the image above?