Command and Conquer: Remastered Collection is releasing this June

Command and Conquer: Remastered Collection is releasing this June

Command and Conquer: Remastered Collection is releasing this June

EA has just confirmed that their Command and Conquer Remasted Collection is due to release this June, arriving on Origin and Steam with both Tiberium Dawn and Red Alert, complete with each game’s expansion content. 

The PC version of EA’s Command and Conquer: Remastered Collection unlock on June 5th at 6 PM BST, arriving with 4K ready visuals, remastered cutscenes, an improved UI and the ability to switch between the game’s original and remastered visuals on the fly (but only in singleplayer modes). 

Another aspect of this remaster is an updated soundtrack, with Frank Klepacki, the original composer for the series, remastering 7 hours of audio, including hidden and unreleased tracks. 

On Origin, this remaster will come free with EA’s Origin Access Premier membership, and cost £17.99 in the UK as a standalone product. 
 

    It’s time for your first in-depth look at the Command & Conquer™ Remastered Collection, featuring both Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert along with their three expansion packs!

Find out how the experts at Petroglyph Games (including some of the key members of the original Westwood Studios team) and Lemon Sky Studios worked closely with the community to create the ultimate C&C experience for original and new fans alike.

Not only are these genre-defining games back, but they’re also better than ever – and beautiful 4K resolution is only the tip of the Tiberium crystal. From improvements to UI and controls to bringing back the original composer, Frank Klepacki, to remaster seven hours of music (including hidden and unreleased tracks), the C&C Remastered Collection’s got it all.

Welcome back, Commander.

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