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Command & Conquer 3

by Steven Williamson on 20 April 2006, 14:54

Tags: Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), Strategy

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Released in 2007



Command & Conquer 3: Tiberian Wars is the next chapter in the real time strategy series that gripped gamers back in the mid-nineties

The original story tells us of the battle between the Global Defense Initiative and the Brotherhood of Nod, where you had to earn funds by harvesting Tiberium, which could then be spent on constructing new buildings and military units.

Fans will be glad to know that the battle will continue between these two warring factions. The year is now 2047, and the spread of the alien substance,Tiberium, is beginning to take hold over the planet. Whilst the Global Defense Initiative are trying to contain the spread of the substance, the Brotherhood of NOD, led by their egotistical leader Kane, have other twisted plans.

The Brotherhood of NOD hope to use the Titanium in their plan to control the human race. This all results in a huge war between both factions.

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Command & Conquer 3: Tiberian Wars will stick to the fluid gameplay of the original, but will add more strategy functions, and will, of course, boast better graphics than the original. The game plans to have a 'single player campaign that rewards you for your gameplay style,' customisable armies, mobile bases, voice-over IP online, integrated clan support, and a spectator mode.

Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars will ship in 2007 for Windows PC


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The suits those soldiers are wearing in that screenshot look very similar to the ones worn by the marines in Starcraft.

It almost had me wishing it was Starcraft 2 as well :(.
I cant wait, I luuuurve C&C games, even if they are all the same!
I hope this is less like Generals, and more like the first four games in the Command and Conquer series (although I never did play the first one - I started with Red Alert. That's probably why I think that the Soviets and Allies are clearly better than NOD and GDI!)

There again, there have been various rumours on the next Command and Conquer game for some time, so it remains to be seen just how reliable this will be. The last time someone from EA confirmed a Command and Conquer game, it just seemed to disappear again.
The CC series got bad after EA bought Westwood.. well, not too bad, but disappointing. CC3 looks pretty good though
Wonder who came up with the names?

Command & Conquer 3: Tiberian Twilight / Tiberian Wars……
I would have thought another faction was going to be added in, the flesh eating tibersun dogs (from tiberium sun)…..

Oh well another year to wait. (not too long.)