Command & Conquer Remastered News

C&C Remastered Collection Patch Launches Today

C&C Remastered Collection Patch Launches Today

Today, the first patch for Command & Conquer: Remastered Collection is planned to go live. The changelog is quite long, but here is our summary:Performance issues will be resolved by loading everything before the match launches, which will prolong loading times but should reduce stuttering in the middle of the game Private (passworded) game lobbies are now available Muting players in chat enabled Overwriting existing saved games now possible...

OS .BIG Editor 0.584 is now available!

OS .BIG Editor 0.584 is now available!

Hello everyone! I've recently uploaded a new version of the Open Source .BIG Editor, which is a program that allows you to browse, extract files and generate new .MEG files used in games like Command & Conquer: Remastered Collection, 8-Bit Armies, Grey Goo, Universe at War, Star Wars: Empires at War, and .BIG files used in Command And Conquer Renegade, Generals, Tiberian Wars, Red Alert 3, Tiberian Twilight and also on Lord of the Rings: Batt...

OS .BIG Editor 0.583 has been released!

OS .BIG Editor 0.583 has been released!

With the release of C&C: Remastered Collection, we have got some feedback on how OS .BIG Editor handles the files there. And we have concluded that the previous releases of the program were incompatible with 32bits TGA files. So, we have a new release of the OS .BIG Editor with the following features: - Extract All window's size has been corrected. - Creating a new directory when extracting files now updates the directory listing component at...

C&C Remastered Collection - Release and Comments

C&C Remastered Collection - Release and Comments

To say that yesterday's release of C&C Remastered Collection has been a success would be an understatement. Don't take it from me - SteamDB's charts alone (no data on Origin numbers) showed a peak of 42,587 concurrent players about an hour after launch, and the lowest point still being over 16,000 - something even StarCraft II can wish it has. 

C&C Remastered+

C&C Remastered+

Hello everyone! Last time we have mentioned cfehunter's patch to improve pathfinding and other things like rally points. So, with our improved radar of community mods that we have built here, it has been easier to track interesting mod. And, that's where RedAlert Remastered+ calls our attention. This goal of this mod, on bothn its Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert editions, is to include quality of life features from other mods into a single package, a...

Tiberian Dawn with improved pathfinding!

Tiberian Dawn with improved pathfinding!

Hello everyone! I hope you guys are enjoying the remastered games like I am. Although it is not fun when our units get stuck and don't go to the places we ask them to go. However, there is good news on that front, thanks to the awesome attitude of EA to share the source code of these games with the community. At W3D Hub, the user cfehunter has tweaked the game to use the good, old, and famous A* algorithm for pathfinding. The result appears to be...

Every remastered game should have an upgrade sequence like Command  Conquer Remastered Collection

Every remastered game should have an upgrade sequence like Command Conquer Remastered Collection

You know you’re onto a winner when your heart swells ten times its normal size out of pure excitement from the boot-up sequence for the remaster of a game you never played. I was far too young to even comprehend Command & Conquer when it first came out in 1995, and to my great shame it’s never been something I’ve sought out in the intervening years. But watching Command & Conquer Remastered Collection‘s newly re-tooled EVA opening sequenc...

Command & Conquer Remastered: modernised, improved - and unmissable

Command & Conquer Remastered: modernised, improved - and unmissable

The grandfather of the real-time strategy genre is back, improved and modernised while retaining everything that made it great - and in the process, delivering a game that still manages to hold up against the best in the business. In fact, Command and Conquer Remastered is such an exceptional piece of work, I'm almost in awe of the effort. Consisting of the original game and the Red Alert sequel along with all expansions, everything has been expe...

Remaster Update and Worldwide Launch

Remaster Update and Worldwide Launch

We’re now 24 hours away from the worldwide launch of the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection. It’s crazy to think how less than two years ago the project didn’t even exist, and now here we are on the verge of coming together to enjoy the launch of a C&C title on PC. On a personal note, the development with Petroglyph and Lemon Sky has been one of the most incredible experiences of my career. 

Tutorial on how to make a Unit in Tiberian Dawn Remastered!

Tutorial on how to make a Unit in Tiberian Dawn Remastered!

Hello everyone! C&C: Remastered Collection will be released on June 5th and will be almost fully moddable. And we are quite excited about that, especially with the release of the source code of both TiberianDawn.dll and RedAlert.dll. With that in mind, I've obviously taken the time to compile and analyze part of the code. And considering what I've seen, it was actually very easy to compile a tutorial on how to make a nuke tank without even se...

Command  Conquer Remastered Collection is coming June 5th

Command Conquer Remastered Collection is coming June 5th

The Command & Conquer Remastered Collection will deliver its overhauled versions of the original Command & Conquer and Red Alert (plus expansions) on June 5th, Electronic Arts announced today. Westwood’s cheery ‘n’ cheesy real-time strategy games from the 90s come with fancying-up including redrawn high-resolution artwork, support for mahoosive monitors, a revamped interface, remastered sound, and a new multiplayer backend. And yes, absol...

Command  Conquer Remastered is a big hit of nostalgia but will it be a great RTS?

Command Conquer Remastered is a big hit of nostalgia but will it be a great RTS?

Ahead of its launch on June 5th, I’ve been able to see the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection in action, and it certainly looks the part. The quarter-century-old RTS, as well as comrade Red Alert and their squad of three expansion packs, have been sent over the top of their pixellated trench, and into the high-res carnage of no-man’s-land. Malaysian art house Lemon Sky Studios have armed them with visual assets suitable for the rigours o...