Command & Conquer Remastered Release Date, Collector’s Editions Revealed (VIDEO)

Command & Conquer Remastered Collection

For months now, EA and Petroglyph Games have been underway on a total remastering of the original Command & Conquer games touting updated visuals, modernized controls, and even a lacking availability of microtransactions. Even more noteworthy have proven to be the game’s updates, which kept the RTS community informed of each of the new features and developments all along the way. Upon receiving the latest update regarding the game’s upscaled cinematics, it appears that Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is now finally readying for release.

As revealed in a new trailer, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is set to release for PC on June 5th – the package including the original Tiberian Dawn, Red Alert, as well as its three additional expansions: Covert Ops, Counterstrike and The Aftermath. Developed by many of the game’s original personnel, the compilation touts more than a few enhancements such as 4K resolution, renewed multiplayer support, bonus behind-the-scenes material, and an electrifying remastered soundtrack from original series composer Frank Klepacki. Check out the new trailer below.

“Our team has been working hand-in-hand with the C&C community since day one and we hope this transparent dialogue will result in the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection being a love letter to our fans,” EA Producer Jim Vessella said in a press release. “We’re taking the classic gameplay that ushered in a new era of the RTS genre and adding the most fan requested features like Skirmish mode for Tiberian Dawn, quality of life control improvements, and full Steam integration with UGC support. For me personally, having been a C&C fan since I was 12 years old in 1995, working with the original Westwood Studios team members at Petroglyph has been a dream come true.”

Alongside the release of Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is a duo of physical Collector’s Editions that some fans may want to get their hands on. As per Limited Run Games, the touted Special Edition ($59.99 USD) gives players such extras as the game’s entire 119-song digital soundtrack, a retro-inspired game box, and pins based on the various factions in the game. A 25th Anniversary Edition ($149.99) goes even further by also including various themed apparel, a 6-CD soundtrack signed by Frank Klepacki, a 100-page art book, and several spiffy statues and figurines. Both versions are currently available for pre-order from now until April 10th.

Special Edition

  • Steam download code
  • Tiberium modeled 16gb USB stick with the complete digital soundtrack –
    • 119 tracks
    • 7 hours and 25 minutes of music
    • Includes uncompressed WAV and compressed FLAC formats
  • GDI and Nod pins
  • Soviet and Allied pins
  • Jewel cases with commemorative CDs
  • Reprints of classic Tech Trees (one for each faction)
  • Reversible 18” x 24” poster
  • Big box in the original 1995 form factor

25th Anniversary Edition

  • All items in the Special Edition
  • 6-CD Soundtrack set signed by Frank Klepacki
  • Diecast Mammoth Tank model
  • Light and Sound Tesla Coil desktop model
  • Light and Sound Obelisk of Light desktop figurine
  • Reversible beanie with faction logos
  • Faction patches and stickers
  • Artbook (100+ pages)
  • Premium large box

Command & Conquer Remastered Collection releases for PC via Origin and Steam on June 5th.

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