At EA, we want to show you how to make a classic game-worthy innovation and showcase all the truly important details of Command and Conquer Remastered Collection
We are in an interesting period in the gaming world where you can recently see more and more innovations of classic games. Whether to remind us of the hits we grew up with or to throw in a new coat of paint to revisit during dry periods - there is no doubt that game renewal is a recent trend.
We were recently exposed to the fact that EA is going to renew its first C&C (Command and Conquer) games and the hype it creates around it is very big.
Now, EA is uploading a video that explains all the important processes that have been done to make the classic an exciting experience again
EA seems to answer all the heartfelt wishes of veteran fans and adds beyond that. A complete overhaul of graphics, animation, kicking soundtrack and advanced settings are just the tip of the iceberg in this collection of innovations. The very fact that we were helped by the same people who built the original games (Westwood Studios) only manages to intensify the big hype.
All scenes between tasks were renewed and produced in accordance with UHD resolution 4k And while that is not to say, machine learning algorithms may have been used to drive up video quality.
The competitive aspect is also returning in full effect, with a ranking system and finding games. EA has rebuilt this system and will run an online service, something we know is timely, but brings a lot of life to the old genre.
The amount of surprises does not end, when important tools were added to the game community with a map editor, camera control and more.
The Command and Conquer Remastered collection is released worldwide on EA's Origin platform and onSteam. A wish that some of us may still have is that the craft of innovation will soon reach one title ahead - to the legendary Red Alert 2.