In October, Electronic Arts announced its intentions to commend Command & Conquer fans, releasing something from this series on personal computers and originally mentioned remasters and then new games.
Now, however, the publisher went from words to business, officially announcing the remastering of two parts of the cult series at one time – Tiberian Dawn and the first Red Alert. The important thing is that the same people will work on developing new versions of classic projects: the original ones were released: after closing the studio, Westwood founded Petroglyph Studio, working under the wing of EA. Lemon Sky, previously known for its successful StarCraft remake, will also participate in the game.
The publisher is planning to sell remast in a single set that will also include key DLC for both – Covert Ops, Counterstrike and Aftermath.
The authors, however, point out that the beginning of development has not yet begun, but there is more to it: developers plan to gather feedback and feedback from the community at certain points of the game, even in the early stages of production.