A survey commisioned by EA has hinted at features that may appear in a new installment of the top selling strategy series.
The Command & Conquer RTS series has proved to be a stalwart of the genre anddiscovered a commisioned by EALA which hints that another game could be in development. The survey also states that C&C 4 will likely be the final game of the main series, with the line “Command & Conquer 4 allows C&C fans to finally experience the epic conclusion to the 15-year Tiberium saga.”Some of the features the team would be looking at implementing in the new game include RPG-like player progression, persistent in both single player and Multiplayer modes, co-op play, and new stylized, live-action cinematics. The survey also lists:Introducing the first mobile base in RTS games: The Crawler. Focus on the action as the Crawler becomes your all-in-one base, which can be deployed and redeployed anywhere on the battlefield for even more strategic optionsPlay with all new, bigger and badder, units from GDI and Nod, including the Crawler, the first ever mobile base in RTS gamesPlay in epic 5 vs 5 online multiplayer with all new objective-based game modes Play the campaign on your own or tackle it with a friend, as co-operative campaigns returnPlay in the first ever class-based C&C game – a new challenge for C&C and RTS players to master Dive into an all-new story written by a new scriptwriting team and told through trademark C&C cinematics taken to the next level with grittier, stylized FMVs in the vein of Minority Report.Play in the first RTS game with MMORPG like player progression in which you are rewarded every time you play. Every unit you kill in single player, multiplayer, or skirmish gives you experience points that allows you to level up your abilities and unlock new units, powers, and upgrades to your arsenal. It has to be noted that none of these features have been confirmed, or even if the game will be released, but for fans of the series it’s an interesting find.
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