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  1. 6 points
    27 October is when CNCNZ.com observes its anniversary, this time number 22. But alas, if you have visited this site at any point over the past year or so, you will have noticed that our activity has not been what it once was. Due to private obligations and shifting focus to other projects and ways of contributing to game communities in general, combined with a lack of enthusiastic staff who would push content and news, those of us who remain have left CNCNZ.com on the backburner for a while, although we do cover official C&C remaster news and news regarding former C&C developers whenever we catch wind of them. However, once this "quiet" phase ends, I would like to announce that CNCNZ.com will change its scope in the foreseeable future to better serve the series and the community as a hub for C&C info, in which a greater stress will be the aspects that you usually need multiple clicks to reach. What that will exactly look like, we can't and won't reveal right now, but watch this space in the coming months. Until then, we're still available to talk on our Discord server and our (currently asleep) forums.
  2. 4 points
    Greetings all.... I decided to log in here after 2 years away and see whats happening. I see nothing has really changed. I have changed though. I'm moving on in my life. I'm now engaged to a great girl. Saving to buy a house and enjoy life. Some travelling coming up to. I still enjoy gaming but nothing C&C takes my interest anymore. Anyway. Just a quick post to say hi. I might pop up every now and then.
  3. 3 points
    Hi Everyone. Not sure who remembers me still but I'm Alpha, or as I go by these days Birnabear. Been trying to temper my excitement for the CNC remakes as much as possible but it has finally all boiled up to a point and I am super excited for some more Tiberium harvesting shortly. I feel like I spent most of my formative internet days in the 00s in these forums as well as petro-gamers, so it gives me the warm and fuzzies to see it all still going. It's been a while (aside from a brief visit in 2016) but its great to see a heap of old names I recognise, as well as a heap of new ones which is good to see. Anyway, no more rambling. Hello all!
  4. 3 points
    Jim Vessella has made his first update on the C&C subreddit since the COVID-19 outbreak. Despite all teams working from home, the Remastered Collection is on track for release and is in the process of finalization. However, the shipment of collector's editions by Limited Run has been delayed for autumn, but customers will be getting their Steam keys on June 1st, and can cancel their preorder via Limited Run's Freshdesk page if they so wish. Here's the full update: Fellow Command & Conquer fans, Before we begin, we hope everyone is staying safe and healthy through this unprecedented time. I apologize I was unable to deliver an update in April, as our teams have also been reacting to the impact of Covid-19, and prioritizing adjustments to our process so everyone can continue developing the game in a safe environment. For this update, I wanted to outline our latest status with the game’s finaling effort, and also address some of the impacts Covid-19 has had on our development. If you remember back on March 10, we revealed our trailer and announced the launch date of June 5 for the Remastered Collection. This was such an exciting day for us on the development side, and we were humbled by the positive reactions from the C&C community and around the industry. But over the following week, local governments here in California began enacting shelter-in-place orders, and by March 17 the large majority of our development teams around the world were working remotely from home. At the time we were unsure what impact this would have on our velocity and ability to final the game. However, I’ll simply say the development teams at Petroglyph in Las Vegas, Lemon Sky in Malaysia, and across EA have done a phenomenal job maintaining momentum and a commitment to quality over these past two months. I’m so proud of the teams, and because of this dedicated effort, we were able to achieve our goals and are still on track to launch the game on June 5. We hope the launch will provide an entertaining event for all of you to experience, especially for those of us who may still be staying safe at home in June. With that in mind, this past week we did receive some unfortunate news regarding the impact of Covid-19 on our physical Collector’s Editions. We originally had every intention of being able to deliver the Collector’s Editions alongside the June 5 launch, but the virus has caused significant manufacturing delays from Limited Run’s overseas vendors. Because of this, we wanted to let the community know the Collector’s Editions will not be shipping out until later in the early Fall. Trust me, we are as bummed about the delay as you are. We wanted to highlight a few important points and provide some options going forward: You will still receive your Steam key via email starting June 1, so you will be able to pre-load the game and play the minute it releases. As a token of appreciation, the team will be including extra Limited Run trading cards with all shipments. All purchasers should also receive a direct email from Limited Run, providing this overview and keeping you up to date on the status of your order. We also understand this is a difficult financial time for many people, and personal situations may have changed over the past several weeks. If for any reason you want to cancel your Collector’s Edition pre-order, please contact Limited Run by May 26, 2020 to fulfill this request. You may contact Limited Run at any time via their site at limitedrungames.freshdesk.com if you have questions to help through this process. What I can say is that Limited Run has a deep commitment to quality for the final delivery. I’ve been able to provide feedback on all the items, and I couldn’t be more excited about how the editions are coming together. Limited Run has been humbled by the passionate demand from the C&C community, and wanted to share these words with all of you: “As fans of Command & Conquer ourselves, it was an honor to be included in its historic anniversary. While we always hoped the campaign was going to be a success, the response has absolutely blown us away. We appreciate your understanding with the Covid-19 situation, and are going to include some extra Limited Run trading cards with all shipments for your patience. Thanks for making us a part of the Command & Conquer legacy, and thanks to all of you for your support!” Now, to provide some further insight into the past two months, our focus has been on bug fixing and reacting to player feedback. We’ve continued to work with the Community Council as they playtest the daily builds, and even had an ongoing “Top 10 Council” label in our Jira database to ensure we prioritized their most important items (amongst hundreds of pieces of their feedback). Our QA teams have been actively going through their finaling checklists, and this week we are preparing the game for submission to our certification team. Then alongside the game’s development, we’ve been more actively engaging with the media to showcase the game, which you may have seen in coverage articles over the past two weeks. Our goal is to get the word out to as many gamers as possible, and hopefully we’ll continue to build positive buzz leading up to launch. So, by now you should all know I love to tease you about upcoming items. Well, we do have a few more surprises about the Remastered Collection to share prior to launch, some of which will hopefully answer a few of your remaining outstanding questions. Be sure to keep an eye here on the subreddit for the latest info : ) In the meantime, please stay healthy and safe, and thanks again for all your support and feedback. Cheers, Jim Vessella Jimtern
  5. 3 points
    In yet another update on the C&C Remastered Collection, Jim Vessella posted about a hot topic among fans - mod support. While C&C games have mostly been moddable thanks to community tools like XCC Utilities, FinalBIG, OS BIG Editor, and numerous others, with only late SAGE games getting semi-proper mod SDKs, this time we'll get full support in the form of one open-sourced DLL per game, and even a sample unit for learning how to mod the new release. Also, he acknowledged the community's desire for LAN multiplayer, but said it will not be in the launch build, though it might pop up in an update. Here's the full update: Fellow Command & Conquer fans, Since the announcement of the Remastered Collection, one of the top questions from the community has been if the game would provide Mod Support. Given the incredible C&C community projects over the past two decades, we appreciated how important this was going to be for the Remastered Collection. It’s time to finally answer the question around Mod Support, but it first requires the reveal of a special surprise for the community. Today we are proud to announce that alongside the launch of the Remastered Collection, Electronic Arts will be releasing the TiberianDawn.dll and RedAlert.dll and their corresponding source code under the GPL version 3.0 license. This is a key moment for Electronic Arts, the C&C community, and the gaming industry, as we believe this will be one of the first major RTS franchises to open source their source code under the GPL. It’s worth noting this initiative is the direct result of a collaboration between some of the community council members and our teams at EA. After discussing with the council members, we made the decision to go with the GPL license to ensure compatibility with projects like CnCNet and Open RA. Our goal was to deliver the source code in a way that would be truly beneficial for the community, and we hope this will enable amazing community projects for years to come. So, what does it mean for Mod Support within the Remastered Collection? Along with the inclusion of a new Map Editor, these open-source DLLs should assist users to design maps, create custom units, replace art, alter gameplay logic, and edit data. The community council has already been playing with the source code and are posting some fun experiments in our Discord channel. But to showcase a tangible example of what you can do with the software, Petroglyph has actually created a new modded unit to play with. So we asked a fun question - “What would the Brotherhood of Nod do if they captured the Mammoth Tank?” Well, one guess is they’d replace the turret with a giant artillery cannon and have it fire tactical nukes! Thus the Nuke Tank was born. This is a unit which is fully playable in the game via a mod (seen in the screenshot above), and we hope to have it ready to play and serve as a learning example when the game launches. Alongside Mod Support, I wanted to be transparent and address a feature which many of you have also been passionate about, which is LAN Play. Earlier this year, we had every intention of including LAN Play in the launch version of the game, but sadly this feature did not make it in time. Unfortunately LAN Play became the key impact of the Covid-19 situation as we realized the challenge of developing / testing a “local area network” feature in a workplace time of social distancing. We understand this feature is vital as both an avenue to play mods in multiplayer, and also to serve as a backup in case the online systems are ever down. We’re bummed this one got away, and will continue to keep this on our priority list going forward. Now in terms of discovering user content, we wanted to take full advantage of the PC platforms to streamline this process. For Steam players, we’re utilizing the Steam Workshop for sharing both maps and mods. Players can subscribe to maps and mods directly in the game’s Community Hub within Steam, or utilize in-game menus to browse / download content as well. Origin players can use the same in-game process for downloading maps but will need to manually install mods into their respective folders outside the game. For both versions, once you’re in the game, you may navigate to the Options / Mods tab where you can then activate the mod. We’re aiming to put together further documentation on uploading content and the entire UGC process around the launch window. Overall, we are incredibly excited to see what the community creates over the coming months. We anticipate some fantastic content for the Remastered Collection itself, some great updates in current community projects as they incorporate the source code, and perhaps we’ll even see some new RTS projects now made possible with the source code under the GPL. One final note we want to emphasize - we’ve done our best to bug fix and prepare these UGC systems for launch, but we have no doubt that once thousands of you begin creating and sharing content, some quirks will be discovered. Please continue to share your experience once the game launches, and let us know how we can continue to improve these tools for your benefit. We look forward to seeing all of you on the battlefield in less than three weeks, and in the meantime please stay healthy, safe, and thanks for all your support and feedback. Cheers, Jim Vessella Jimtern
  6. 3 points
    Within the past week or so, Petroglyph Games' website has been updated for the first time in many years, showing a more modern design showcasing most of the games they've worked on thus far. What's interesting here is that the site features the first look at Red Alert Remastered in-game, as well as an alternate C&C Remastered logo in the video reel at the top: You can see the full resolution of the split screenshot here. Wonder what the official word on this will be.
  7. 3 points
    you need to make the BuildInProximityToSamePlayerStucture= to false
  8. 3 points
    As a New Year's gift, @Lauren (a.k.a. Darth Jane) published an entirely new tool called the Assimilator. The way it works is that it loads any .skudef of a late SAGE game (Tiberium Wars, Kane's Wrath, Red Alert 3, Uprising, or Tiberian Twilight), and then it lists all the W3D animations contained in that game. You can then select any animation, and in the right part of the window, you'll see the XML output of that animation. This way, you won't have to resort to custom art packs to get the animations you need. The tool can be downloaded right here on CNCNZ.com (relevant download pages have been updated). Note that you require Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10 build 1607 or newer with .NET Core 3.x installed.
  9. 3 points
    A most unlikely event has just occurred - beta version 0.09c of Command & Conquer: Red Alert has been discovered. The exact source and date of this build is unknown, but the person who found it is Siberian_GRemlin, whom Russian fans may know for his translations of earlier games in the series. Here are some of the differences: there are no countries (subfactions) yet some previously unseen cutscenes appear, including the long-lost shipyard one certain removed voice lines appear, including "It is done" and "Time for a little five-finger discount" which we would only hear in the track Radio 2 Remix rudimentary skirmish AI dev build of the map editor with debug keys a sprite believed to be the cut commando Megan is present TaxOwlbear got the build early while it was being verified by CCHyper, Nyerguds, Tore and Chad from CnCNet, which is what you see above. More information can be found here, and the download link is here.
  10. 2 points
    From around the net, more C&C Remastered news has popped up in the past few weeks, including previews, interviews and videos. There are also 3 new screenshots in 4K quality. Here's a list with hyperlinks to all the recent news on the Remasters: Preview: PC Gamer Preview: PCGamesN Preview: RockPaperShotgun Preview: ScreenRant Preview: WCCFTech First Look at Behind The Scenes Footage from Red Alert 1 First Look at a Remastered GDI FMV Zade (YouTuber) Interviews Frank Klepacki for C&C Remastered (Full Interview coming soon) Three new 4K-resolution Screenshots are available, courtesy of The Games Shed. You can read and watch all of them by clicking on the blue hyperlinks.
  11. 2 points
    In a second update in a single hour, we have more news on the C&C remasters. Turns out that 20 tracks recorded by Frank Klepacki and The Tiberian Sons (who had their legendary live performance at MAGFest last year) will be available as a bonus in the already announced jukebox feature. Above is a sample of that - including the track Just Do It Up which was not played at the concert. Here's the full update from Jim Vessella: Fellow Command & Conquer fans, Over the past year, we’ve dedicated several posts to provide details on the soundtrack for the Command & Conquer Remaster. But we’ve kept one special surprise up our sleeve, which we’re now ready to reveal today. Last year at MAGfest 2019, there was an amazing Command & Conquer setlist performed live by Frank Klepacki and the Tiberian Sons. The Tiberian Sons are a band who specialize in remixes of video game music, with members Tony Dickinson, Travis Moberg, Connor Engstrom, and Max Noel. For MAGFest 2019, they collaborated with Frank to put together a 90 minute concert of iconic C&C music from across the entire franchise. Like many of you I watched this concert streamed live and was blown away by the performance. And I knew at that moment we needed their talent represented in the Remasters. So the next week I pinged Frank and asked if he and the band would be interested in recording the performance for the Remasters. Frank and the band loved the idea - so we made it happen. Frank and the band re-recorded their entire MAGFest performance in a studio environment, and Frank personally mixed the tracks throughout 2019. What we now have are over 20 high-fidelity tracks performed by Frank and The Tiberian Sons (spanning the entire franchise), which will be included in the Remaster at no extra charge. All tracks from The Tiberian Sons can be listened to via the “Bonus” category in the new Jukebox, and if you so choose, may be seamlessly integrated into campaign missions via the toggleable audio settings. Now, you may remember that around this time last year, I posted a survey here on Reddit asking for the community to vote on their favorite tracks. I can now tell you the goal was to ensure we had the community’s top 10 favorite tracks represented in the studio recording. When the votes were tallied up, it turns out 9 of the top 10 voted tracks were already included in The Tiberian Sons setlist. However, there was one fan-favorite track that slipped through the cracks of the original setlist - Just Do It Up. So to deliver on the community’s top 10 vote, Frank wrote an arrangement of Just Do It Up to have specially recorded by The Tiberian Sons for the Remaster. After keeping this content under wraps for an entire year, we’re ecstatic to finally share a sample of Just Do It Up and other tracks in the video above. We hope you are as excited about the involvement of The Tiberian Sons as we are. A huge thanks to Frank, the band members, and their visual artist, Nate Horsfall, for extending their incredible talent to the Remaster project. We anticipate these recordings will become an icon of C&C history and be listened to for the next 25 years and beyond. But in the here and now, this week is just getting started. Tomorrow is going to be an exciting day for the C&C Remaster, and we want the whole C&C community to be there. Tune in at 7:00am PDT tomorrow (March 10th) to join us for all the details. Cheers, Jim Vessella Jimtern
  12. 2 points
    I loosely agree with the premise of the topic for many of us the world is changing as we know it. though this has all happened before, I guarantee this is new experience for everyone on this forum the world will recover, sure, but it will be different, I think we will all have new perspective, and it might be a long while before things go back to normal
  13. 2 points
    Some xml files that were excluded from the SDK CnCXml file. Enjoy Path has been provided in the zip file. Was originally reverse engineering these files from WrathEd, but I discovered on the Xbox version; non compiled xml files for the campaign AI. So I used those and made changes from Wrathed Viewer to match the current 1.9 AI. That's also why there is commenting in the files Campaign AI.zip
  14. 2 points
    Here are the textures from C&C renegade, feel free to use in your mod Add to "terrain.ini": ;;Renegade Terrain 0201grassl Texture = 0201grassl.tga Class = Type Grass End Terrain dirt_01 Texture = dirt_01.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain grass_03 Texture = grass_03.tga Class = Type Grass End Terrain grnd_rot2 Texture = grnd_rot2.tga Class = Type Rock End Terrain ik_ground_dirt256 Texture = ik_ground_dirt256.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain rock Texture = rock.tga Class = Type Rock End Terrain sand Texture = sand.tga Class = Type Dirt End ;; Terrain cc_grass1 Texture = cc_grass1.tga Class = Type Grass End Terrain cc_lavarck Texture = cc_lavarck.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain grnd1 Texture = grnd1.tga Class = Type Grass End Terrain l00_dedgrs Texture = l00_dedgrs.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l01-scree Texture = l01-scree.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l01-tibgrnd Texture = l01-tibgrnd.tga Class = Type Misc End Terrain l02_ice Texture = l02_ice.tga Class = Type Misc End Terrain l02_snow Texture = l02_snow.tga Class = Type Snow End Terrain l03_bchsnd Texture = l03_bchsnd.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l03_wetdrt Texture = l03_wetdrt.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l05_grass Texture = l05_grass.tga Class = Type Grass End Terrain l05_gravel Texture = l05_gravel.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l07_dedgrs Texture = l07_dedgrs.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l10_sandruff Texture = l10_sandruff.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l10_sandsmth Texture = l10_sandsmth.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l11_gravel Texture = l11_gravel.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain lv8_dirt2 Texture = lv8_dirt2.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain lv8_grvl Texture = lv8_grvl.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain lv8_sand3 Texture = lv8_sand3.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain lv8_stone-flr Texture = lv8_stone-flr.tga Class = Type Rock End Terrain lv8_xflr Texture = lv8_xflr.tga Class = Type Rock End Terrain snd Texture = snd.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain tx_tmp_highgrs1 Texture = tx_tmp_highgrs1.tga Class = Type Grass End Terrain tx_tmp_highgrs2 Texture = tx_tmp_highgrs2.tga Class = Type Grass End Terrain 0202cavetx Texture = 0202cavetx.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain cc_conc1 Texture = cc_conc1.tga Class = Type Misc End Terrain 01lv1-cliff8 Texture = 01lv1-cliff8.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain bbngRockface Texture = bbngRockface.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain bbnRock Texture = bbnRock.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain nod_mnt05 Texture = nod_mnt05.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain mtn Texture = mtn.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain lv8_cave Texture = lv8_cave.tga Class = Type Dirt End Terrain l11_rock Texture = l11_rock.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l10_cliff1 Texture = l10_cliff1.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l10_botcliff Texture = l10_botcliff.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l05_snwmnt01 Texture = l05_snwmnt01.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l05_rckwall Texture = l05_rckwall.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l03_rock01 Texture = l03_rock01.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l03_mossrock Texture = l03_mossrock.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l03_lvrock Texture = l03_lvrock.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l03_bushes Texture = l03_bushes.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l02_mnt02 Texture = l02_mnt02.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l01-rock2 Texture = l01-rock2.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain l01-cavetx Texture = l01-cavetx.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain grn2 Texture = grn2.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain grn_rck2 Texture = grn_rck2.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain cht_snwmts Texture = cht_snwmts.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain cc_mnt1 Texture = cc_mnt1.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain 01lv1-cliff7 Texture = 01lv1-cliff7.tga Class = Type Cliff End Terrain 01lv1-cliff1pc Texture = 01lv1-cliff1pc.tga Class = Type Cliff End link: https://mega.nz/#!ufBnQCoD key: 2ytKWfhpepRaOIf5i0jEwWVxDe8zRDTfrl62Pfu5070
  15. 2 points
    UPDATE 2019 I wanted to update this thread. I used to make a Tiberian Sun themed webcomic out of LEGOs as you likely already now. I stopped producing them quite a while back due to some technical and time related difficulties. Two primary websites where the comic used to be hosted have both been shut down, so I wanted to reupload the comic as a complete collection without the previous site's branding. The collection also includes a few extra goodies! I remember not posting the last three or four episodes on every outlet, so some of you might not have seen those if you weren't checking the old sites where it was hosted. The series wasn't planned to end with E13, but the conclusion in that one is a good parting point so it doesn't end on a cliffhanger at least. TIBERIAN DAYLIGHT COMPLETE COLLECTION Episode #1 - Lucky Day: https://i.imgur.com/WnhnqJa.jpg Episode #2 - Chemical Contact: https://i.imgur.com/Zz2ZX69.jpg Episode #3 - Nod Tactics 101: https://i.imgur.com/qbU9Eif.jpg Episode #4 - Obstruction: https://i.imgur.com/M0YkWOV.jpg Episode #5 - Rescue Elite: https://i.imgur.com/s7jVtEA.jpg Episode #6 - Bridge Repaired: https://i.imgur.com/1Q63zBz.jpg Episode #7 - Disc Away: https://i.imgur.com/Pq26YDn.jpg Episode #8 - Veterancy: https://i.imgur.com/7OZ3j5V.jpg Episode #9 - Medical Magic: https://i.imgur.com/tK6nN5m.jpg Episode #10 - Good Old Terrain: https://i.imgur.com/k7rDDQO.jpg Episode #11 - Tacitus Trouble: https://i.imgur.com/39k1Ke0.jpg Episode #12 - Unexpected Response: https://i.imgur.com/bJL3ZYv.jpg Episode #13 - A Technical Breakout: https://i.imgur.com/giQQ1w5.jpg OTHER GOODIES / EXTRAS TD Facts - Angry Cyborgs: https://i.imgur.com/y429OMq.jpg TD Facts - Wolverine Guard Duty: https://i.imgur.com/d8PArzn.jpg TD Facts - Good Titan: https://i.imgur.com/oZV1QL1.jpg Promotional - Lucky: https://i.imgur.com/l8oP1Ts.jpg Promotional - Cyborg: https://i.imgur.com/rTBX4wh.jpg Promotional - Chems (with Captain Thorn): https://i.imgur.com/WxtzXbq.jpg Promotional - Grenadier (with GDI Commander): https://i.imgur.com/8h0WD8q.jpg Community Spotlight (Initial Reaction Comments): https://i.imgur.com/RfoYbWG.jpg SquidEmpire's Pixel Fan Art (featuring Lucky): https://i.imgur.com/FLPPKD7.jpg Custom TD Forum Signature: https://i.imgur.com/hrOLFBy.jpg Thanks again to everyone and I hope you enjoy the extra goodies!
  16. 2 points
    So I've been scouring old magazine coverdisks for promo screenshots and found these: You've certainly seen them all but these are in lossless, presumably original quality. I'm not sure if they are available like this before so posting here. The coverdisk they were found (originally in BMP format dated 13 April 1998) is for the Slovak magazine Riki issue No. 31 (CD 9), available here.
  17. 1 point
    Been playing YugiOh Duel Links for over two years now and once again for the second time, I am retiring from the game after reaching the limits of the gameplay. Also around at that time, I have been trying around Cities Skylines since the Industries DLC and still as of today I am preparing for several new maps on the way with over a dozen small city maps done.
  18. 1 point
    Is it still possible to order one of the collectors editions?
  19. 1 point
    I mean..... You're not wrong
  20. 1 point
    It goes both with the EALA story of him being an alien and the biblical theme of Cain from Genesis (who was condemned to a life of wandering in the Land of Nod after killing his own brother, Abel). However, a particular line in the Bible makes things all the more interesting (Genesis 4:15): It's in everyone's best interest not to kill him
  21. 1 point
    The C&C Remastered Collection reveal trailer has finally premiered, showing all the key features the game will have, most of which have already been announced in previous updates. The game is available for pre-ordering here, and will be available on Origin and Steam, as well as in unique physical collector's editions. It launches on 5th June 2020.
  22. 1 point
    I would like that 100+ page art book very much. This remaster is going to be great!
  23. 1 point
    First letter is faction (C=civilian), second letter is palette (A=arctic), next two are location (WA=Washington DC), the rest indicate the specific structure. In this case, the PrerequisiteOverride is pointing to the pieces of the Pentagon. If this comes from the unmodded rules, then this is for the SEAL being craftable if you own any piece of the Pentagon.
  24. 1 point
    A version of Stomp was available from Westwood's FTP site, and you can still get it from the Bachsau mirror.
  25. 1 point
    What is up, my dudes! I've had a long hiatus from roaming around these parts. Life's been keeping me busy, especially work. What with my silent promotions to ecommerce project lead and to the one remaining web developer on staff. But the big change is that your dear ol' Doctor D is undergoing gender transition therapy! So yes, I am one of those people. So whutchu people been up for the last year? Waiting for the Remasters no doubt. Cause I sure as hell am.