Command & Conquer - Remastered Collection

Command & Conquer and Red Alert defined the RTS genre 25 years ago and are now both fully remastered in 4K by the former Westwood Studios team members at Petroglyph Games. Includes all 3 expansion packs, rebuilt multiplayer, a modernized UI, Map Editor, bonus gallery of unreleased FMV footage, and over 7 hours of legendary remastered music by Frank Klepacki. Welcome back, Commander.

New and Remastered Features

  • Graphics Switching — Switch in real-time between legacy and remastered 4K graphics when in solo play.

  • Bonus Gallery — Contains over 4 hours of B-roll footage, making-of photos, and unreleased music tracks.

  • Music — Enjoy over 7 hours of remastered music, including 20 music tracks re-recorded live by original composer Frank Klepacki and the Tiberian Sons.

  • Mod Support — Create, share, and play mods with the Steam Workshop.
  • Cinematics — Immerse yourself in hours of upscaled full-motion video cinematic footage.
  • Enhanced Sidebar UI — The fully redesigned Sidebar UI embraces a modern approach with less scrolling.
  • Jukebox — Customize your entire soundtrack via an enhanced Jukebox with playlist support.
  • Custom Game Lobbies — Host and join custom game lobbies to set game rules, teams, and maps.
  • Rise Through the Ranks — Go head to head in 1v1 Quickmatches, and fight your way to the top of the Leaderboard.
  • See All the Action — Don’t miss a minute of combat with Replays and Observer mode.
  • From Console to PC — Experience the original console missions now on PC.
  • Console Cinematics — Watch the original console cinematic videos now on PC, featuring community favorite General Carville.
  • Maps — Take control of the terrain with the Map Editor, available on both Origin and Steam versions.
  • Mission Selection — Track your campaign progress on the new Mission Selection Screen.
  • Camera Zoom — Zoom the camera between the legacy DOS and Gold distances for a better look at the battlefield.
  • Skirmish Mode — Take on the AI — with controllable difficulty settings — in Skirmish mode, new for Tiberian Dawn.
  • Customizable Hotkeys — In-game Hotkey customization, now with support for the new Sidebar UI.
  • EVA — Your battle interface sounds better than ever! The original voice-over actress, Kia Huntzinger, reprised her role as EVA and re-recorded her lines in high definition for Tiberian Dawn.
  • Control Improvements — Enjoy updated mouse controls, camera movement, unit queueing, and selection improvements.

Additional features and content:
  • Over 100 campaign missions
  • Over 250 multiplayer maps
  • In-game tooltips
  • Accessibility features
  • Quicksave and Autosave support
  • Cinematic subtitles for both games
  • Text localization in French, German, Russian, Spanish, Polish, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese
  • Voice-over in English, French, and German
The Steam version includes:
  • Steam achievements
  • Steam friends lists
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Steam Workshop support for User Maps
Minimum Requirements
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 8.1/10 (64-bit Version)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 @ 2.4ghz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 6400 @ 2.4ghz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 420 or ATI Radeon HD 5570
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 32 GB available space
Recommended Specifications
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 8.1/10 (64-bit Version)
Processor: Intel Core i5 4690K or AMD Ryzen 7 1700
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or ATI Radeon HD 7850
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 32 GB available space
Additional Notes: Hard Drive Space: 32 GB on SSD
  • This remaster is a winner. It’s a stellar package, and hopefully a template for what is to come. The minor shortcomings are all due to the age of this title – but this is an old game. You have to take it for what it is – a glorious little piece of history. In presenting that, this is a practically flawless release – but the old-fashioned, less friendly design in places will mean this one isn’t quite for everyone.

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  • Command And Conquer Remastered is a release for the fans with lots of community input that helped piece together this fantastic collection. There’s lots of content to dive into and lots of bonuses included. It's a remaster done right for a game and series-long forgotten. Welcome back, commander.

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  • For those looking for something that symbolizes how far the industry has come, Command & Conquer Remaster Collection can serve as that reminder. Retro graphics and audio components don’t detract from the experience. Indeed, they enhance it, highlighting the artistic choice of its developers in a time when 3D titles were still in their infancy. The game is worth experiencing for everyone.

  • A great way to experience two of the games that defined real-time strategy in the 90s.

  • A long-deserved remaster of two very classic games, but there’s still some bugs to work out.

  • C&C is back with a great remaster that shows how the series hold up 25 years later. Some edges can be rough, but the core experience remains as fun as it was.

  • Command & Conquer comes back after decades with something for everyone. With two important RTS games in one bundle, this is a serious collection for anyone wanting to get into the series and those of us wishing to return.

  • Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is a great gift for fans of the genre. Despite a number of problems, we support the initiative and hope that the publisher will decide to re-release the remaining parts of the series.

  • By modern standards, the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is far from perfect, but without these games, modern standards wouldn't exist

  • Westwood Studio had created a masterpiece 25 years ago, which evolves the RTS game deeply. With some polishing, C&C is still full of fun but mainly enjoyable for series fans.

  • I have to admit, this is amazing value for money. I'm slightly dismayed by the bugs that are present, and I feel they should have updated some of the mechanics of the original games, but ultimately, Command and Conquer Remastered sets the bar against which future remaster projects will be measured. If you need one line to sum up this entire article, here it is. Mission Accomplished.

  • The Remaster is a joy for C&C Veterans, but delivers less than it could in almost every respect.

  • Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is a great makeover of 2 cult games by fans, for fans. You can feel the love of the developers, old and new, as they offer all the vintage experience to modern gamers, with serious comfort gains and many options to adapt it to different player profiles. All this without compromising the vintage gameplay or its difficulty, and with better music than ever before. On the other hand, however, it might discourage many players with its outdated graphics, its peculiar old TV movie humor, its pixelated cinematics and its punishing gameplay.

  • Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is a splendid coat of paint on two old masterpieces. You will have fun remembering the old times and watching the absurd videos, but the gameplay is stale and its age clearly shows itself.

  • Despite its issues, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection provides an excellent trip down memory lane.

  • Petroglyph Games and Lemon Sky Studios did a more than acceptable work in both the graphic and sound aspects of this remastered, polishing even the smallest detail and giving users the possibility to add content freely, where we will find an enormous amount of fresh stuff to try. We will, once again, put on our commander's uniform to solve international conflicts in the best warlike manner.

  • While adding remastered graphics and a modern UI, Remastered Collection avoided dealing with 20-year old shortcomings of the original game, like poor pathfinding for infantry and harvesters, for instance. On the other hand, these flaws will definitely make your missions much more exciting on higher difficulty settings.

  • Quotation forthcoming.

  • The Command and Conquer Remastered Collection looks great, it sounds great, and there's so much polished content to enjoy, including never-before-seen bonuses. But the dated core mechanics turn an otherwise intriguing strategy game into a sometimes unfair slog against a computer that will inherently have an easier time working around its own limitations. It's worth a play for fans of the franchise or RTS games in general, but newcomers might find there are a few too many cobwebs to overcome compared to contemporary offerings.

  • Command & Conquer Remastered Collection goes back to memory, with two of the most iconic games from the '90, but this operation only shows the evolution made by the RTS.

  • Game World Navigator Magazine

    C&C was difficult not because of good AI or interesting tactical puzzles, but due to poor usability. With modernized interface, it’s a walk in the park, and will be enjoyable only as long as nostalgia lasts. [Issue#247, p.44]

Command & Conquer - Remastered Collection
19.99 ₳ 9.50 ₳
Title: Command & Conquer - Remastered Collection
Genre: Strategy
Released: 5 June 2020
Developer: Petroglyph, Lemon Sky Studios
Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Includes level editor
  • PvP
  • Single-player
  • Multi-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Workshop
  • Online PvP
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