Electronic Arts today revealed that Command & Conquer's remasters, starting in October, will begin with Tiberian Dawn, the story of the first Tiberium war between the Global Defense Initiative and the Brotherhood of Nod, in the original Command & Conquer was told. and the old universe Command & Conquer: Red Alert with all its extensions that are bundled with the base games.
Better yet, the remastered versions are created by Petroglyph Games, a studio created by former Westwood employees ̵
"Here we are 20 years later and EA contacted us about C & C and they decided it was time to revisit the original C & C games to give fans that Petroglyph has many former Westwood employees and is perfectly suited to bring the original Command & Conquer games back to life, "said co-founder of Command & Conquer and co-founder of Petroglyph, Joe Bostic, about Reddit.
"I'm really looking forward to revisiting the original Command & Conquer and Red Alert for our old fans and introducing the games to a new audience, our battle plan mission is to" remaster "the original instead of" remake. " "C & C Games."
Bostic acknowledged that the definition of "Remaster" is somewhat vague, but he said that developers want to use the technology that existed in 1995 and Not yet available, the fans were asked to continue to provide information about where they believe this should lead to.
"If you could turn back the clock, what would you have liked in the original C & C games, how realistic should we keep to a remaster, what modern enhancements can be added without deviating from the core game? Balance changes ? " he wrote. "We'll start developing soon, now it's time for your voice to be heard."
Lemon Sky Studios, "one of the leading art studios around the world, with a unique specialty in remastering classic RTS titles," is also involved in the remastering process. No details were given, but producer Jim Vessella said it would "help bring these original games to 4k fame."
"The exciting part is that we have not started development yet, the community is literally on the ground floor of this project and can take part in any opportunity to help shape this remastered experience," wrote Vessella. "Please continue to use Reddit and community channels and help us to create the best possible remasters of C & C and Red Alert!"
Vessella also confirmed that remasters for Command & Conquer and Red Alert will not have microtransactions.