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W3D Hub June 2017 Updates

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W3D Hub posted some updates on their upcoming projects recently. Firstly, they showcased new models of the Navy SEAL's C4, Soviet doors and the Patriot Missile Site for Red Alert 2: Apocalypse Rising. Then, we got a look at assets made for release 2.0 of Tiberian Sun: Reborn, namely the GDI and Nod Limpet Drones, the Mutant Hijacker's wrench, and the new riot shield for GDI Riot Soldiers.

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