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In another installment of EA’s FTW video interview series, development director Tim Morten touches upon what’s returning and what’s new in Victory Games’ upcoming free-to-play continuation of the franchise.

“It’s about a third of the same units, a third modified versions, and a third brand new,” development director Tim Morten says in the video. “If you were a fan for example of the Overlord Tank, we still have Overlord Tanks in this game, but we’ve also [got] a lot of new vehicles.”

The new Command & Conquer is set ten years after the last installment, Command & Conquer: Generals (released 2003). According to Morten, future updates will introduce Tiberium and Red Alert to the universe.

Command & Conquer launches on Windows PC this fall.

Command & Conquer Development Director Talks New and Returning Features

By | 09/12/2013 01:53 PM PT

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In another installment of EA’s FTW video interview series, development director Tim Morten touches upon what’s returning and what’s new in Victory Games’ upcoming free-to-play continuation of the franchise.

“It’s about a third of the same units, a third modified versions, and a third brand new,” development director Tim Morten says in the video. “If you were a fan for example of the Overlord Tank, we still have Overlord Tanks in this game, but we’ve also [got] a lot of new vehicles.”

The new Command & Conquer is set ten years after the last installment, Command & Conquer: Generals (released 2003). According to Morten, future updates will introduce Tiberium and Red Alert to the universe.

Command & Conquer launches on Windows PC this fall.

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