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  1. After quite a long time without an official release, Totem Arts released the 5.31 patch for Renegade-X. This patch adds the team commander mechanic, restores the old Field map and removes Valley and Glasses, updates the radio/vote menu, makes numerous balance changes, improves performance of the 64-bit client executable, adds a scope to the Laser Rifle, adds classic vehicles, and much more. Click here to read the full changelog, and here to download the game if you haven't already.
  2. Get an up close and personal look at the chaotic action that you can find in Renegade X in the latest video from LavaDr4gon on YouTube. Some awesome video editing is also featured. Check it out in the video above. And remember, Renegade X is 100% free to download. This means you can experience the game for yourself. Visit the Renegade X site for more information and the download.
  3. Another patch for Renegade X has been released. Patch 5.282 includes many new changes, additions and the all important bug fixes that continue to improve the game. This biggest highlight is the updated look for the GDI Orca Fighter, that you can see in the preview above. Plus a new new fan map called C&C-Glasses has also been added. Check out the full patch notes right here. Start the Renegade X Launcher to get this update.
  4. The selection for C&C Music Monday this week comes from the Renegade X soundtrack. Its one of the original tracks called "Blinded". Described as symphonic rock and apparently inspired the song "I Won't See You Tonight" by Avenged Sevenfold. This is one epically sounding track. As always, don't forget to share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCMusicMonday and #MusicMonday.
  5. The start to the new year has seen the arrival of new patch for Renegade X. Patch version 5.281 bring many new changes, additions and the usual collection of all important bug fixes. There are pecific fixes for both GDI and Nod characters as well as user interface enhancements.. Many of the maps of have received balance changes, with two new maps be added to the game. You can check out the full change log to read all of them. Start the Renegade X Launcher to get this update.
  6. Get a close up and personal look at the craziness, the chaos, and all out action that only Renegade X can deliver in this new video from LavaDr4gon on YouTube. Once you're done watching the video you can get in on the action by downloading Renegade X for yourself. It's 100% free and ready to play. In some other Renegade X news, take a look at their recently upgraded website and forums.
  7. A mammoth sized update for Renegade X has been released. Open Beta v5.2 many new additions such as veterancy, an overview map, new launcher with custom map downloader, a respawn menu, new maps (what is that in the preview above?), new tech buildings, and a host of bug fixes and balance changes on various maps and game settings. The details and list of changes can be found right here. You can update Renegade X via the Launcher or download the full game again, but only if you run into rare problems.
  8. For Music Monday this week we return to some of the original tracks from the Renegade X soundtrack. The pick is "Serenity". A very orchestral piece this one. With a haunting violin and piano mix. Its a sad and sombre one. So break out the tissues. As always, a new track will be posted next Monday. Share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCMusicMonday and #MusicMonday.
  9. Today's pick for C&C Music Monday comes from the Renegade X soundtrack. It's one of the original tracks created for the spiritual successor to C&C Renegade, and not just a remake of Frank Klepacki's work from past games. It's called "Valiant". Of all the original tracks created for Renegade X this one is my favourite. An uplifting piano introduction makes way for some cool guitar riffs and finishes with an epic sounding finale. Share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCMusicMonday and #MusicMonday.
  10. This is the first time we have done a C&C Music Monday by request. A long time poster on our forums, zocom7, asked us to feature "Just Do It Up". So the classic and original version by Frank Klepacki from the Command & Conquer soundtrack has been selected. Every time I hear "Just Do It Up" it just reminds me of the good old days of classic Command & Conquer gaming all over again, especially when I used to play it into the long hours of the night. If you want a different version of "Just Do It Up", check out the . Share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCMusicMonday and #MusicMonday.
  11. A quick hot-fix patch for Renegade X has been released. Version 5.14 includes the following changes. Removed 'stand-by' text with remote C4. Players can count to one second. Chem Troopers are now immune to damage from blue Tiberium (like on Mesa II) Added all of those view fixes listed in the last patch. A manual download is available for those who need it. Or you can just update Renegade X via the launcher. The full details about this patch are available here.
  12. Patch 5.13 for Renegade X is now available. This small update for the game features some important bug fixes, balance changes for both GDI and Nod and some other minor additions. A manual download is available for those who need it. Or you can just update Renegade X via the launcher, which is very easy to do. The full details about this patch can be found here.
  13. Renegade X: Red Alert 2, a new mod for Renegade X has been announced. This is the first total conversion mod we have seen for Renegade X so far. This ambitious mod is hopes to bring the world of Red Alert 2 to the first person action found in Renegade X. Some of the planned features are listed below. Buildings and units from Red Alert 2 Two Factions: Soviets and Allied Detailed Buildings Vehicles modelled by original "RA2" Voxel Models Play the game as a shooter It's still early days for this project but it's good to see C&C modders embracing modern engines. You can learn more Renegade X: Red Alert 2 on their Mod DB page.
  14. Patch 5.12 is now available for Renegade X. This patch fixes some issues found in the most recent major release that came out early last week. There is no manual patch for this one so you will need to get it via the launcher, which is very easy to do. You can check out the full list of changes for this patch right here.
  15. Its a new year and new start for Renegade X with the 5.1 patch being made available for download. This new patch features many new changes, fixes and additions. There is also improvements to some of the existing maps as well. The update can be downloaded via the Renegade X Launcher right now. More information about this patch, and links to a manual download, follow this link.
  16. The Renegade X team have successfully released another important patch. Beta 5 Patch 5.004/Build 5F features a mammoth amount of changes and fixes. One of the highlights is day/night versions of Mesa, Field and Canyon maps have been added. The full change list can be found right here. To get this update simply start the Renegade X Launcher and it should download and install the patch for you. If doesn't, just head over to the Renegade X site for the download.
  17. Its a good time for a new poll. And for this one its a battle of standalone C&C indie FPS games. So we want to know, Which of these standalone C&C indie FPS games do you play the most? Is it the ever impressive Renegade X, classic Red Alert gameplay with Red Alert: A Path Beyond, is the Tiberium universe more to your liking in Tiberian Sun: Reborn, or do you like a touch of Tiberium Wars flavour in Tiberium Crystal War. The choice is yours. To vote in this poll you need to be on the main page of our site, and cast your vote in the poll box on the right side bar. You can also check the the current results in the Poll Archives. And, as always, don't forget to share any feedback or comments about this poll as well. Lets take a quick look at the previous poll. Which community based C&C multiplayer services do you play on? The most popular appears to be CnCNet with 29% of the vote, but the leading result, with 50% of the voting, was many people don't play on any of them. Full results can be found in the Poll Archives.
  18. Beta 5 Patch 5.003 for Renegade X has been made available for download. This new patch adds 3 new maps, CnC-Valley, CnC-Eyes and CnC-TrainingYard. There is also many other fixes, balance changes and map changes. You can check out the full list of change found here for more. To get this patch simply open the launcher and the game will update from there.
  19. For Throwback Thursday this week I thought it would be interesting to look back at the origins of Renegade X. Back when it was actually called Renegade 2007 and it was only a total conversion mod for Unreal Tournament 3. The Renegade 2007 name never lasted that long of course, by early 2008 the "X" was in and "2007" was out. And through these past 7 or so years, Its amazing to see how far this project has come. To see how it has changed in terms of visuals and sounds, the ever evolving style of gameplay, the innovative features added to make it just as good (perhaps better) as other modern FPS games, the much needed switch to becoming a stand alone game. And don't forget the forget the Black Dawn single player release either. But every game has to start somewhere and when it was Renegade 2007 it wowed the community back then, just as it's still doing today as Renegade X! The true spiritual successor to Westwood Studios' C&C Renegade. Check back again next Thursday for another Throwback. Send in your ideas for future instalments. We encourage you to share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCTBT and #CNCNZTBT.
  20. Beta 5 of Renegade X has been released and its available for download now. Beta 5 introduces new units from Tiberian Sun such as the Hover MRLS, Titan, Wolverine, TicTank, Recon Bike, and Buggy. This will also be the final beta release of the game. The next major release will be the full version. Beta 5 also includes.... 6 new vehicles: Hover MRLS, Titan, Wolverine, Tick Tank, Recon Bike, and Buggy. These vehicles are only available in crates, and they are not purchasable. The vehicles are also available on our SDK. Improved auto-patcher for quick and easy game updates. New crates, including alien abduction, Time bomb, Speed upgrade, and more. Oodles of SDK upgrades and fixes. Configurable air-drop times for server hosts. Spies no longer show player names to enemies A destroyed Refinery now gives 1 credit per second to players, and a captured Silo gives 0.5 credits per second. Tier one characters (Officer, Rocket Soldier, McFarland, and Chem) are now purchasable and doubled in price when the Hand of Nod and Barracks are destroyed. Secondary weapon upgrades price changes. Map fixes and changes. Tons of balance changes and fixes! You can read the full list of changes right here. Head over to the Renegade X official site now for the download and more details about this release. If you already have Renegade X Beta 4 installed, simply open the Launcher, and you will receive an auto-patch that will download the full update.
  21. This interesting image featuring GDI Titans and Wolverines was posted on the Renegade X Facebook page today. It was only given a simple line of text, "I've seen the future...", are the Titans and Wolverines making their way to Renegade X in the next big update?
  22. Here's a cool Renegade X video montage made by LavaDr4gon on YouTube. It show cases just how good Renegade X looks, while showing some great game play moments. Make sure you check out his as well.
  23. A new video has been posted the features GDI Titans in Renegade X. Do do they look great or what? Watch the video above and judge for yourself. Personally, I hope we get to see more great stuff like this now that the true modding potential of Renegade X has been unlocked.
  24. Last week we posted some news showing off how great the GDI Titan looked stomping around in Renegade X. Now the source code and assets are now available for download from the Renegade X forums. Using the Renegade X SDK you can add the Titan to the game yourself. Its incredibly easy to get awesome stuff like Mechs in Renegade X, and you don't even have to be a programming wizard to do it! Click here for more information and the download link. The Renegade X team have said they will probably include the Titan in the next patch for Open Beta 4. So the people who aren't as technically minded at modding will be able to have some fun with it.
  25. The latest video in the Renegade X SDK tutorial series has been posted. This new tutorial explains the process of rigging a custom vehicle, so becomes available in the game or your mod. If you want to try this for yourself, you will need the Renegade X SDK. Like Renegade X, it is 100% free to download and be used anyone.
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