Command & Conquer Remastered Collection has been released (as of 5th June 2020) and is now available on Steam and Origin for £17.99 UK and $19.99 USA.
Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is not just one but two video game titles in one pack – Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn and Command & Conquer: Red Alert. Remastered with over 100 campaign missions and over 250 multiplayer maps, two of the most famous real-time strategy games are back, with a new experience and something special to celebrate this famous RTS franchise.
Remastered in 4k, both titles are packed full with features fans will enjoy. For starters, not only will you be able to experience these classic games in 4k, you can also switch to the original legacy graphics for a more nostalgic gameplay. Plus, to further add to the quality of this remastered pack, you’ll also be able to immerse yourself in hours of upscaled full-motion cinematic footage.
But the improvements don’t just stop with the graphics, as you’ll be able to benefit from an enhanced redesigned in-game Sidebar UI and other various control improvements, such as mouse controls, camera movement, unit queueing and selection. Just to top off the attention to detail, they also re-recorded Tiberian Dawn’s EVA lines in high definition using the original voice-over actress, Kia Huntzinger.
To create the ultimate fan experience you will find over four hours of B-roll footage, making-of photos, and unreleased music tracks embedded into the game’s Bonus Gallery. Plus, whilst enjoying your gameplay, you can listen to seven hours of remastered music, including 20 music tracks re-recorded live by original composer Frank Klepacki and the Tiberian Sons.
Other features include: mod support, map editor, replays, observer mode, jukebox feature – to customize your game’s music playlist, new mission selection screen, better in-game zoom distances, quicksave and autosave support, skirmish mode to play against the AI and multiplayer support with custom game lobbies and 1v1 quickmatches accompanied by a community leaderboard. You can also experience the original console missions and cinematic videos featuring a community favourite character, General Carville.
There is little difference between the Steam and Origin versions. The only differences are with platform specific features such as achievements, not game content. However, the Steam version will give you Steam Workshop support for user maps.