EA has declined to confirm reports that its Los Angeles studio is beavering away on an expansion pack for Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 called Uprising.

However, the publisher went a bit beyond the usual line about rumour and speculation. "We will have more information in the New Year," the publisher told Eurogamer today.

Yesterday Jeuxvideo reported that an expansion called Uprising is in development, which was then faintly echoed around various C&C fan-sites.

Red Alert 3 came out on the PC in late October and followed on Xbox 360 in mid-November. Check out our PC and Xbox 360 reviews for more on why we liked them, which we did.

A PlayStation 3 version of the multiformat RTS is also in development, but a spokesperson said recently that we shouldn't expect to hear more about that before Christmas.

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