Old-fashioned players are jumped to the platform for real-time strategic players: EA announced first in Reddit Command & Conquer, Epithet Tiberium Conflict and its successor, C & C: Red Alert.
Not on many smartphones but in PC! Earlier EA is planning to think about Remaster. It is clear that they are beginning at the beginning of the legendary game series, so real-time strategy can not be dead!
EA also publishes the C & C promising statement:
"A month ago, we announced to the public that we started the brand with a new initiative and brought it to the PC."
This makes EA a great deal even if it wants to revive franchisees with new brands. But this is a realistic assumption that the actual information is in relation to the published editor of C & C 1 and 2 – their announcement will take place soon after Blizzard's release of the Warcraft 3 remix.
For this purpose, the publisher is a partner with Petroglyph, whose founders are mostly erased former developers of Westwood Studios – Two C & C original developers in 1995 and 1996. Thus, in real-time, Urguste leaders should be aware of the original C & C appearance in their new editions. Joe Bostick, Steve Tall, and Mike Leggabs have come up with a modernized version of classics in the future – with some former developers we talked about the future of the genre:
Did the real-life strategy end? This is how the creators of C & C, Warcraft & Age of Empires
Below you will find a brief video where developers officially bring you the mood of the remaster. By the way, they know that the news suddenly works again at Team & Conquer.
Both games look the same together Remaster collectionAccording to EA data, Commander & Conquer has been included in the anti-clashes and Red Alert spare parts and included in the Retaliation Remaster. On the other hand, it is desirable to distribute the entire non-invasive microtransmission EA.
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