Victory Games have released a new video explaining the factions in the new Command & Conquer title, and where the game picks up for the previous Generals games.Click here to read more...
A new trailer for upcoming free-to-play RTS Command & Conquer focuses on the challenge of modernising the vehicles from C&C Generals universe. The reboot will launch with content based around what was originally designed as Generals 2, but eventually add units from throughout the series - presumably as DLC. We await the NOD forces with considerable interest.
Command & Conquer is expected to release later this year. Victory Games hope that it will "wash away the stain of Command & Conquer 4," and so do we.Click here to read more...
Remember that Command & Conquer dev diary we were talking about earlier? Well now you can watch it for yourselves.
Command & Conquer 4 wasn't exactly a triumph. Boasting a borderline-offensive singleplayer campaign, hefty DRM measures, unbalanced multiplayer, and a diversion from the base-building strategy upon which the series made its name, it was met with mixed review and a fair bit of fan backlash.
According to Samuel Bass, lead designer on the upcoming Command & Conquer F2P title, the new game needs o make up for C&C 4's mistakes.Click here to read more...
Following the announcement earlier this year that there will be a new Command & Conquer title from studio Victory Games, EA have asked fans for ideas on how to make the long-running, popular RTS series better.
Last night, a tweet on the official CnC stream called for user input into the creative process:
Tell us your idea on how to improve future cnc games. Maybe it will be your idea, which changes everything! http://fb.me/wUjrC7XD
Indeed, an entire section of the forum on the official site for the new game has been turned over to fan input. You can get stuck in here.
CnC's villainous - CABAL - recently topped our list of gaming's rogue AIs.