The revisions to Command & Conquer and Red Alert have been embraced by veteran fans and visitors from the very first launch
Here's something that has been written and said very rarely lately - EA Games Did it right and managed to provide gamers with exactly what they wanted. The Command & Conquer Remastered Collection has been officially launched and is receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback, to our delight.
The new package is available for purchase both through the Origin store and through the store Steam (Without the need for an active Origin account or application to play), without advanced file protections (Denuvo), when it seems that the current pricing is clearly towards the distributor's personal platform - price of 20 euros (about 80 shekels) in Origin with a corresponding option For full access to the title as part of a subscription to the Origin Access Premier platform, compared to a price of NIS 130 atSteam.
For this cost you get modern versions of the original Command & Conquer and the original Red Alert, which have been renovated from end to end in terms of gameplay, well-known transition videos, menus and interfaces - all done with considerable investment and attention, respecting the original and a variety of small winks for veteran fans . The piece jumped to number one on the bestseller list at the store Steam Instantly, and now enjoys 91 percent positive reviews from 3,000 players who have already given their attention in less than a day from launch.
EA Games did not content itself with the parallel launch on two platforms PC, And also publicly distributed the full source code of the new version - so that the modding community can get the full information and tools to create new content, updates and enhancements quickly and effectively. Another point of credit for someone who has previously won the dubious unofficial title of ‘The Wickedest Society in the United States’, for several years in a row.
The professional critics also appreciate the work done on the classic strategy game duo from the 83s, it seems - with an average score of 100 out of 88 on the Metacritic site right now, which is quite rarely accompanied by an even better average of 100 out of XNUMX private surfers.
In fact, it seems that the only significant complaint that can be found for the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection (apart from bugs and relatively minor technical issues that inevitably accompany almost every modern game launch) is the lack of support for competitive game modes in a local LAN - although that is also a capability that exists Planning for the game to go on, and just was not ripe and ready in time for the original launch date.
We are very pleased to discover that the heritage of Westwood Studios is in good hands, even as it has been almost 17 years since they ceased to exist - and now we are wondering when we will receive the announcement of the much-requested remastered version of the legendary Red Alert 2.