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Command & Conquer cancelled, Victory Games closed

Command & Conquer has been cancelled and EA has closed developer Victory Games. The cancellation comes via a post on the game's site and the studio closure comes from EA in a statement to Game Informer: "This does mean that the Victory Games team will be disbanded. Wherever possible, we are...

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Command & Conquer's live service designed for 10-year support plan

Victory Games believes it has the tech in place to support Command & Conquer for ten years, according to an interview with VideoGamer. Command & Conquer is being developed as a live service and will be both free-to-play and require an Internet connection. "We built this Command &...

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Command & Conquer being developed 'as a live service'

Victory Games' Command & Conquer, built on EA and DICE's Frostbite engine, is launching as a free-to-play game later this year through Origin. Tim Morten, development director, says that while Command & Conquer will require an internet connection, it makes for a more nimble game that can...

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Command & Conquer hoping to 'wash the stain of C&C 4 away'

Electronic Arts and developer Victory Games really, really want you to know that the upcoming, free-to-play Command & Conquer is a legit game. To get back to the roots of what made C&C the franchise it was, the new game is doing its best to make us forget the last ... five years....

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Navigating the free-to-play landscape in Command & Conquer

The term "free-to-play" carries with it a certain stigma in the video game industry. It invariably causes gamers to flinch, calling to mind social games like FarmVille. However, as more recognizable experiences enter the realm of free-to-play software, the knee-jerk reaction has begun to subside....

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Command and Conquer sets aim for beta in first half of 2013

Command and Conquer, EA's upcoming free-to-play iteration, is targeting its beta for the first half of 2013. Community Manager Eric Krause laid down the window in a candid blog post, saying the beta will be the longest ever for a Command and Conquer game. Krause also used the post to name-check...

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Command & Conquer: Generals 2 has no single-player campaign, could be added after launch

Another shift has come to the world of Command & Conquer: Generals 2, with BioWare Victory General Manager John Van Caneghem announcing the free-to-play game will not include a single-player campaign. Speaking with PC Gamer, Van Caneghem said the focus for BioWare Victory was to develop...

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