Fresh videos give us a glimpse of Command & Conquer, Warcraft 3 and some other renowned strategy titles in their promising modern versions
Real-time strategy games are far from their glamor, and are a relatively marginal genre in today's era of fast, colorful, and online action games - which may explain why the most talked about launches in the field are actually innovations for those great past hits, and not necessarily new ones They will inevitably renew and excite a new generation of Gamers Young people.
Warcraft 3: Reforged is the next piece from home Blizzard, Has yet to receive an official launch date but is set to land in stores this past year - after the good work and relative success of StarCraft Remastered that gave new life to the classic science fiction title from 1998, which convinced the parent company to retain the development team and give it a chance to renew Reign of Chaos as well And The Frozen Throne, which were huge hits in the early millennium.
The modern version will support witness resolutions 4k With upgrading of all visuals, an updated UI designed to offer various modern options to make players' lives easier - and of course offer all original Warcraft 3 game modes, plus support for online game modes based on the latest features of the Battle.net platform, and even An up-to-date maps editor that will support everything that fans and fans have previously created on the one hand, enabling the creation of countless new stages and new game modes on the other. By the time we get to the long-awaited launch date, we have long, fresh gaming videos that definitely bring us warm, nostalgic feelings.
A second exciting project aims to provide us with a modern version of an even older strategy hit - the original Command & Conquer from 1995, which will be the first step on the way to resuming more episodes in the glorious series (Command & Conquer: Red Alert, with the potential for further downstream expansion).
The first playground teaser of work products from two different keys presents a brief scene in its original quality, and immediately thereafter its latest enhanced quality. This is not a revolution here, and the game is undoubtedly still old-fashioned, but it is a much more pleasing version to the modern user, with minor updates to the game itself that can make the return to the merry nineties relevant to a much larger number of veteran and young gaming enthusiasts alike. .
Other innovations currently under development include Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition Microsoft Office, Trying to continue the successful line we saw in last year's original Age of Empires: Definitive Edition - and also Praetorians HD that will allow you to practice ancient military tactics as a Roman commander and Commandos 2 HD offering a radically different type of real-time, but intriguing and promising strategy Not least for us.