Command & Conquer Remastered shows off first artwork preview

Command & Conquer Remastered has its first real artwork available to showcase, and here's what it looks like.


EA has gone live with one of the very first previews of artwork that will be seen in the upcoming Command & Conquer remaster, and it looks pretty great.

The image appeared on an update post over on Reddit, and with the posting of this image, it looks like the game is finally nearing the end of its pre-production phase. That means it's closer to coming out.

"We are approaching the conclusion of our pre-production phase, having achieved several of our key milestones since our last Reddit post. During March we delivered our first playable campaign mission (GDI Mission 1), which included multiple samples of the remastered art running at 4k," read the post.

"This was accompanied by a more complete Visual Target image, which helps the dev team align around our goals for the artistic fidelity. We are now in the middle of getting Multiplayer up and running for the first time, along with dozens of art assets iterating towards their finalized look. Last week we showed many of these items to the Community Council, and continue to receive fantastic feedback via their contributions."

The artwork is obviously of the classic Construction Yard, and the team is working to keep it as close as humanly possible to the original image – so far, we'd say it looks like they're doing a great job.

Command & Conquer and Red Alert Remastered were first announced in November, with Petroglyph (a team of vets from the series) responsible for bringing them to fruition. There's still no concrete release date for when we can try them out just yet, but its going to be an awesome ride when we finally get to. We'll keep you posted on all the newest developments.

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