Command and Conquer Game Remastered Collection Released June 2020

There is good news for fans of old games. Electronic Arts has confirmed it will present the Remastered version of the Command and Conquer game in the coming months. Through its official website, Electronics Arts writes that Command and Conquer Remastered will be released for PCs via the Steam and Origin game distribution platform on June 5, 2020.

Command and Conquer Remastered

Not alone, Electronics Arts also collaborated with Westwood Studios, the creator of the Command and Conquer game series. Although it has improved in terms of full motion video cinematics features and has supported 4K resolution, Electronics Arts along with Westwood Studios while maintaining nostalgic elements in the game.

For example, the remake of the soundtrack is handled directly by Frank Klepacki who is a composer of original music in the Command and Conquer series. During the game making process, the developers also invited members of the game community to try out the remastered game and provide feedback.

“We even added some of the most requested content from fans like Skirmish mode on Tiberian Dawn,” said Jim Vessella as Electronics Arts Lead Producer, as summarized from GamesRadar , Thursday (03/12/2020). Although it will only be released on June 5, Command and Conquer Remastered Collection enthusiasts can already order the game through Origin and Steam.

There are three choices of packages that can be ordered, namely the physical version of the Command and Conquer Remastered Collection Special Edition for $61, the digital version of the Command and Conquer Remastered Collection for $20 and the 25th Anniversary edition package for $150.

All of the above packages include various old Command and Conquer remake games, including Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert , followed by three expansion packs containing Covert Ops, Counterstrike, and The Aftermath.

First launched in 1995, Command and Conquer is a real time strategy ( RTS ) game originally developed by WestWood Studios. In 2003, its development was taken over by Electronics Arts with the liquidation of WestWood Studios in the same year.

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