Microsoft has unveiled its latest round of backward-compatibility offerings on Xbox One, and there's a whole lot of real-time strategy courtesy of Command & Conquer.
EA has announced that its recently revealed Command & Conquer remasters are to be helmed by Petroglyph Games, a developer founded by key members of the original C&C team at the long-defunct Westwood Studios.
EA's Command & Conquer PC remasters were first introduced back in October, following the community's angry reaction to Command & Conquer: Rivals, the publisher's free-to-play RTS mobile game. At the time, EA producer Jim Vessella assured fans that, "we heard you loud and clear: the...community also wants to see the franchise return to PC."
Now, writing in a new post to the Command & Conquer subreddit, Vessella has confirmed that EA's remaster programme will begin with Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn, Command & Conquer: Red Alert, and expansion packs Covert Ops, Counterstrike, and Aftermath. These will be bundled into a single remastered collection, with no micro-transactions to be found.
After EA canned the Command & Conquer reboot and GameSpy shut its doors, the future looked bleak for the long-running real-time strategy series.
UPDATE: EA has released UK specific information for Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection.
EA plans to release Red Alert 3 sub-game Commander's Challenge on PS3 this Thursday.
A new post on the US PlayStation blog has revealed PSN plans for Red Alert 3.
EA Los Angeles has told Eurogamer that Red Alert 3 really will look and play better on PS3 than on Xbox 360.
EA has said the PS3 version of Red Alert 3, dubbed the Ultimate Edition, will be here in March.
EA has released an Xbox 360 demo of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3, although the 2GB sampler is currently only available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
A new demo for the PC version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 is now available to download.
Electronic Arts has denied that Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 will be released for PlayStation 3 this year.
EA has accidentally misprinted CD keys on the manuals for Red Alert 3, leaving many 19 characters instead of 20 characters long.
Fallout 3 has exploded into the UK charts, robbing the top spot from RPG rival Fable II.
EA forum moderators may soon have the power to ban naughty users from the game they paid for, as well as a whole host of the publisher's catalogue.
EA will be hosting an enormous public event inside the largest temporary structure ever erected in London's Trafalgar Square on 31st October and 1st November.
EA boss John Riccitiello doesn't like PC DRM, but reckons 99.8 per cent of people don't even notice it.
EA has told Eurogamer that Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 will be arriving first for PC on 31st October and then for Xbox 360 on 14th November.
EA has said the PC version of Red Alert 3 will use a "more lenient" version of SecuROM in order to curb piracy and make fans happy at the same time.
Those pre-ordering Red Alert 3 will get an exclusive in-game item for Warhammer Online, which appears to be a helmet that turns you into a bear. Bizarre.
EA is offering the original Red Alert as a free download from the official series website.
EA has added themes and gamer pictures of voluptuous former Hollyoaks actress Gemma Atkinson to Xbox Live Marketplace.
GAME's exclusive "Premier" package for Red Alert 3 on PC includes a mystery beta key for an unnamed Command & Conquer game.
The package, which costs GBP 44.99, also includes a host of other goodies.
Chief among them for the average internet misogynist is probably the 'Women of Red Alert 3 montage video', presumably featuring Gemma Atkinson, but it's the beta key which has most people's interest piqued.
EA has signed Gemma Atkinson of Hollyoaks fame-shame to act in Red Alert 3.
EA has halted work on its first PS3 real-time strategy game, Red Alert 3.
Electronic Arts' Chris Corry believes there is still a long way to go before console RTS games can be as fluent as their PC counterparts.
EA has said it is confident that Red Alert 3 will be released this "holiday season".
Electronic Arts has said that Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath will be out on 28th March, and each copy will come with an individual beta key for Red Alert 3.
It coincides with the publisher officially unveiling RA3, claiming it only "dipped its feet in the water" with Command & Conquer 3.
"Red Alert 3 is chocked full of innovations, but the big one is the co-op campaign," said executive producer Chris Corry in the latest BattleCast.
Red Alert 3 appears to be the big Command & Conquer secret producer David Silverman has been promising to announce at the end of February.