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EA to release source code for Command & Conquer and Red Alert to aid modding community

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In a shocking announcement, Electronic Arts has acknowledged its intention to launch the supply code for Westwood Studios’ 1995 technique title Command & Conquer, together with its 1996 sequel Red Alert. The code might be launched underneath a General Public Licence on June 5, coinciding with the launch of the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection.

“This is a key moment for Electronic Arts, the C&C community, and the gaming industry, as we believe this will be one of the first major RTS franchises to open source their source code under the GPL,” said EA’s Jim Vessella on Reddit. “Along with the inclusion of a new Map Editor, these open-source DLLs should assist users to design maps, create custom units, replace art, alter gameplay logic, and edit data.”

“Overall, we are incredibly excited to see what the community creates over the coming months. We anticipate some fantastic content for the Remastered Collection itself, some great updates in current community projects as they incorporate the source code, and perhaps we’ll even see some new RTS projects now made possible with the source code under the GPL.”

EA hopes that releasing the supply code will encourage the C&C modding group, affording them simpler entry to the instruments and belongings required to develop the Command & Conquer homebrew universe. Elsewhere within the put up, Vessella famous that C&C Remastered is not going to assist LAN multiplayer at launch, citing the COVID-19 pandemic as having delayed improvement. LAN assist will stay a excessive precedence for post-release.

Open supply is thrilling information for the C&C tech-head group, who will little doubt put these new instruments to glorious use, creating a listing of latest maps, missions, models and storylines. But what I’m trying ahead to probably the most? Starring in my very own FMV cinematics. I’m wondering if Ivana Milicevic is free…

Command & Conquer Remastered Collection launches June 5 on PC by way of Steam and GOG.

EA to release source code for Command & Conquer and Red Alert to aid modding community

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