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It's been a couple of years since Command & Conquer Remastered was announced. Since then, updates have been fairly few and far between - at least, up until the end of last year. But it looks like things are kicking up a notch and we're going to get a good look at the new game tomorrow, when the official reveal trailer premieres via EA's YouTube channel at 2pm UK time.
You can find a tease for the full video in the tweet below; or click here to go directly to EA's YouTube channel. According to the blurb on the video: "It's time for your first in-depth look at the Command & Conque Remastered Collection, featuring both Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert along with their three expansion packs!"
And if you can't wait until tomorrow, an update was posted just a week ago, via EA's official site, from the game's producer Jim Vessella (thanks RPS). The update includes a video revealing the journey that the FMVs (full-motion video sequences) have taken for Command & Conquer Remastered.
"Ever since we announced the project in late 2018, one of the biggest questions has been how we're going to approach the FMV cinematics. Today we are finally ready to describe this approach, but there's actually quite a story to tell about our FMV journey over the past year. So this time, instead of a written post, I've put together the above video to tell this story and provide all the intricate details."
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We got our first look at some remastered art early last year, in the form of a reconstruction yard, and a fully working mission came soon after - which was a fairly big milestone in terms of the game's development. Then in October, we got a glimpse at a very brief gameplay teaser, along with some insight from developers Petroglyph into what players should expect from the game.
"As you may remember from one of the first posts, our plan is to remaster (not remake) the classic games," wrote Petroglyph in an update. "Creatively, this means our guiding light has always been to remain authentic to the original feel, and we're constantly on the lookout for ways to achieve that goal."
There's no release date set for Command & Conquer Remastered yet, though I wouldn't bet against hearing more about that when the reveal trailer lands tomorrow.
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