Electronic Arts has announced that PC Red Alert 3 downloadable expansion Uprising will cost USD 19.99 in the States when it comes out this March.
However, EA UK told Eurogamer this morning that a price for those of us on this side of the Atlantic has yet to be confirmed.
EA also announced the rest of the cast in Uprising, who join friend of Eurogamer Holly Valance on the call-sheets for the game's bonkers cut-scenes.
Current Dragonballer Jamie Chung, ex-wrestler Ric Flair, ex-Clockwork Orange Malcolm McDowell and ex-something-else-presumably Jodi Lyn O'Keefe have done their bit in front of the cameras this time, and have thrust their bits in front of the camera too, as per.
"When I found out that EA wanted me to be part of Command & Conquer, all I could say was 'Woooooooooooo!'" said Ric "Nature Boy" Flair, who will play Commander Hill, one of the people you turn over in Uprising's new Commander's Challenge mode, which features 50 scenarios to battle through.
Malcolm McDowell plays the president of the European Union, Rupert Thornley, and has at least one scene with Holly Valance, judging by the photos. "It's great to be working with good actors and the more good actors you can get to do games, the better," he said.
"In the past people might have thought you could get away with anything in games and that isn't a good attitude. Kids are spending a lot of money and time on these games and they deserve first-rate performers and I'm glad to say that this is what Uprising is."
We'll have to wait and see about the latter part, but how much money the kids are spending on Uprising is something we'll continue to bother EA about.