German gaming site PC Games is hosting 48 new images of the Command & Conquer FPS, Tiberium. The gallery contains renders, artworks and ingame images.
its looking good
is it using crysis engine?
I WISH this was using something from Crytek!
I am also hoping and praying that this game won't suck like Renegade did.
*puts hands together and prays very hard because he has respect for C & C franchise and hopes this doesn't ruin it further*
Crytek's FPS game engine CryENGINE2 was licenced to EA Los Angeles in February 2007, and it was stated at the time that a new FPS title in the Command & Conquer universe is very likely. This suggest that Tiberium may use this engine, however, it may as well be used with any other game EALA are or are going to produce.
This game looks like something that came out of my ass a few minutes ago.
I highly doubt this is using anything from Crytek.
If so, everything would look 67934637821 times better than that.
The game's a lost cause in my eyes already, since it won't have C&C Mode in multiplayer... that would've rocked more than anything else. Cannot comprehend why they'd leave that one out...
Looks pretty generic.. Especially the mechs.
Now that looks amazing. :D
Looks like another game to add to the list
One of two thing can come out of this game either is C&C Renegade "good"..or its regular EA "good"
...by all means I hope its the first one >.>
hopefully either those screen are crappy or the game is on a VERY early stage cuz graphically it doesn't look so good -_-
so is this game gonna be like c&c in a fps style game? if count me out should keep c&c as i remember it not fps we all know how well renegade went that was the worst c&c game in the c&c history
Ever played it online? That game had the teamplay better up than any other game thus far... provided you weren't playing with utter idiots.
And to speak of WORST C&C game ever... Ever heard of Sole Survivor? No? Thought so. Google it up.
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