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Wednesday, 12 December 2007 14:45

EA preparing C&C FPS

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Command & Conquer: Tiberium

 

According to various sources, most notably the upcoming January issue of Game Informer, Electronic Arts is preparing a Command and Conquer-themed first person shooter.

The new game will probably be developed by EA's EALA studio, and it will be available for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox360. The most recent rumors claim that the game will be set 11 years after the third Tiberium war, and that players will take the role of Ricardo Vega, a retired GDI field commander called back to stop the latest Nod plan.

Additional information hints on squad-based action, common C&C unit types like infantry, missile infantry, Titan and Orca, missions which are based around Mediterranean Red Zone and special powers such as "orbital Slug." As you may already know, this isn't the first first person game in Command and Conquer series, but 2002 Westwood Studios' PC game, Renegade, received mixed reviews. Either you like the franchise or you don't. It's up to you.


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