Command & Conquer: Remastered will incorporate the secret dinosaur missions


Command &amp Conquer: Remastered was announced final year just as it began to enter improvement, which implies we’ve been having just a slow trickle of news on the release as the developers perform on restoring C&ampC. That is largely incorporated short glimpses at new art and UI, and today’s update is no exception – but there is one particular further detail for the hardcore fans.

The remaster will incorporate a new mission choose screen to make it much easier to choose and replay missions, and promptly watch cutscenes connected with the stages you have completed. This is an added top quality-of-life function rather than a replacement interface, as EA’s Jim Vessella confirms on Reddit.

This interface shows buttons for the GDI, Nod, and Covert Operations missions, as nicely as one particular with a T-rex – which probably represents what Vessella calls “a handful of bonus missions players could be familiar with.” Yep, it appears like secret, Jurassic Park-themed mini-campaign is creating a comeback.

The 5 dinosaur missions had been technically incorporated in the original game, but they weren’t accessible till the Covert Operations expansion added a cheat code to unlock them. No word but on how you will unlock the bonus campaign in the remaster, but the icon right here is greyed out – which suggests that there will certainly be some criteria to get access.

“As with all the remastered content material,” Vessella says, “our purpose is to retain an genuine method to the menus, even though of course enhancing them to take complete benefit of larger resolution displays. You can anticipate this style to permeate all through all the menu screens in Tiberian Dawn.”


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