EA Sports announces Command and Conquer Remastered Collection, arriving on June 5

EA Sports has announced that it will be releasing the remastered collection of its classic RTS, Command & Conquer.

In celebration of Command & Conquer’s 25th anniversary, EA Sports will be releasing a remastered version of Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn and Command & Conquer: Red Alert, along with their expansion packs, including Covert Ops, Counterstrike, and The Aftermath. The remastered version has been upscaled to have 4K graphics, a modernized multiplayer system, and a remastered soundtrack.

The remastered game features:

  • Real-time graphics switching between legacy and 4K in solo play
  • Four hours of B-roll footage, photos, and unreleased music in the Bonus Gallery
  • Seven hours of remastered music
  • Upscaled cinematics
  • Enhanced Sidebar UI
  • Custom game lobbies
  • Leaderboard system
  • Map editor
  • Updated controls, and more!

Command and Conquer Remastered Collection will be available starting June 5 (June 6 locally) for the following prices:

  • Command & Conquer remastered Collection Standard Edition (Digital) – USD 19,99 or PHP 1,000, available now for pre-order on Steam and Origin
  • Special Edition (Physical) – USD 59.99, available on Limited Run Games, comes in a 2-piece box with embossing and includes:
    • Steam Digital Download Code
    • Tiberium Crystal 16GB USB with the remastered original soundtrack
    • 18″ x 24″ poster
    • Four Factional Enamel pins
    • Tech Tree Prints
    • Faction Sticker Sheet
  • 25th Anniversary Edition (Physical) – USD 149.99, available on Limited Run Games, includes all items in the Special Edition plus:
    • Foil and embossed, rigid box
    • Six-disc remastered, signed original soundtrack
    • 100+ page artbook
    • Four faction patches
    • Reversible beanie
    • Metal Mammoth Tank replica
    • Painted PVC light and sound tesla coil and obelisk replicas

You may check out the official teaser page here, or watch the reveal trailer below:

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