EA showed gameplay of Command & Conquer Remaster, comparing the re-release with the original

About a year ago, Electronic Arts announced a re-release of Command & Conquer Remaster. The developers decided to celebrate this date

the first demonstration of the gameplay and a story about the features of the project.

What is known

In a blog post, EA wrote that the re-release of Command& Conquer is made in 2D rather than 3D to preserve the spirit of the original. In addition, thanks to access to the original code of C&C: Tiberian Dawn and C&C: Red Alert, the developers will preserve the features of the gameplay.

“The Lemon Sky team is re-implementing, modelingand animates every gameplay element from scratch—you've seen examples of their work like a construction site and a Tesla tank. At the final stage, as you can see from the reviews, we export the objects in 2D so that each frame matches the original image. Sometimes, like in the case of the grenadier, this means over 600 frames for a single subject,” the blog states.

To highlight the advantage of 2D perspective,developers will add a function to switch between old and new graphics on the go. EA even created a separate page where players can compare the graphics of the updated and classic C&C in a couple of scenes. Players will also be able to zoom in and out to see details in high resolution with zoom options between DOS and C&C Gold Edition.