Command & Conquer 4 officially announced, out 2010 “for the PC” [Update]

Thursday, 9th July 2009 13:34 GMT By Patrick Garratt


EA’s just come clean on C&C4′s development by issuing the press release it alluded to yesterday. Get it after the break.

It’s out in 2010 for PC. No consoles are mentioned in the announcement.

Additions include class-based gameplay, mobile bases and persistent player progression throughout all game modes.

The game also includes 5v5 objective-based multiplay.

A BattleCast PrimeTime episode on July 24 will offer more. Gametrailers TV will exclusively reveal the first cinematic trailer on July 23.

Update – EA’s just confirmed it as PC-only.

EA Los Angeles Announces the Development of Command & Conquer 4

Next Game in the Best-Selling Real-Time-Strategy Series Will Reveal the Epic Conclusion of the Tiberium Saga

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Behold disciples of Nod, the end is soon upon us. Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) today announced that, after almost 15 years and 30 million games sold, EALA is bringing the award-winning Tiberium series to an epic conclusion with Command & Conquer™ 4. Shipping in 2010, Command & Conquer 4 will introduce a multitude of innovations to the to the classic fast and fluid Command & Conquer gameplay while retaining the core compulsions that fans have come to love over the series’ history. Introducing new class-based gameplay, mobile bases and persistent player progression throughout all game modes, Command & Conquer 4 offers players new, innovative and compelling strategic depth.

“Command & Conquer is a powerful franchise with an amazing 15-year legacy. We are thrilled to bring the dramatic Tiberium saga to a conclusion in Command & Conquer 4. This game is designed to give fans all the answers they’ve been looking for,” said Mike Glosecki, Lead Producer of Command & Conquer 4 at EA Los Angeles. “With its objective-based multiplayer mode, persistent player progression and all-in-one mobile base, players will experience Command & Conquer like never before.”

The story of Command & Conquer 4 takes place after the events of the critically acclaimed Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars™. The year is 2062 and humanity is at the brink of extinction. With only six years left until the mysterious crystalline structure Tiberium renders the earth entirely uninhabitable, the two opposing factions – Global Defense Initiative (GDI) and the Brotherhood of Nod – inevitably find themselves in desperation for the same cause: to stop Tiberium from extinguishing mankind. The unthinkable becomes reality and Nod’s enigmatic leader Kane takes off for GDI headquarters. What is Kane planning in the heart of his enemies’ base? Command & Conquer 4 draws the epic conclusion to the beloved Tiberium universe, where fans will learn the fate of Earth, Nod, Tiberium, GDI and most importantly, Kane’s motivations behind his decade-long plan.

In addition to the two campaigns on the epic battles of GDI and Nod, which players will get to conquer alone or in a cooperative mode, Command & Conquer 4 will also feature a new 5v5 objective-based multiplayer mode, promoting teamwork and cooperation and delivering a social real-time-strategy experience never seen before in a Command & Conquer game.

Command & Conquer 4 is being developed at EA Los Angeles and will ship to retailers in 2010 for the PC. The game has not yet been rated by the ESRB or PEGI. For more information about the game, please visit or follow the community and development team on Twitter at The July 24th episode of BattleCast™ PrimeTime will give fans the latest news and exclusive information on Command & Conquer 4. Additionally, Gametrailers TV will exclusively reveal the first cinematic trailer for Command & Conquer 4 in its July 23rd episode on SPIKE TV.



  1. Patrick Garratt

    Guess the great console experiment didn’t work out.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. ShiroGamer

    they will fuck it up,just as they did with RA3 and CnC3,only thing left to fuck up is Generals

    also where is loki ?

    EDIT:where the hell is the 3rd faction they added with CnC3??,i guess that failed also ,eh ?

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Spiral

    I’m shocked and amazed. Even I bought it for the PC and I never buy PC games.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. Grimrita

    C&C is tired and old – unless they introduce something radical. World in Conflict leads the way in RTS gaming on the PC, and the original dawn of war – not the lame duck dow2

    #4 6 years ago
  5. Johnny Cullen

    More info is in this GameSpot Q&A.

    #5 6 years ago
  6. ShiroGamer

    nice 1 ,cullen

    #6 6 years ago
  7. Hunam

    Supreme Commander is better than World in Conflict.

    I did enjoy C&C3 a whole bunch actually, but from the screen shots and pats blurb up there, It doesn’t sound much like C&C to me really, but what the hell, I’ll buy it anyway :)

    #7 6 years ago
  8. anasui

    hope its better than the atrocious C&C3

    at least I hope they fix the bloody bugged login part

    #8 6 years ago
  9. Hunam

    Sounds like it has the RPG style gameplay of DoW2, mixed with the build everything mothership of Homeworld and the class based gameplay of World in Conflicts multiplayer mode, but in all modes.

    #9 6 years ago
  10. Monk

    i hope it`s like Zero hour.
    or Generals if you can say.

    #10 6 years ago
  11. Patrick Garratt

    Deffo PC only, I’ve just been told.

    #11 6 years ago
  12. Monk

    that mean i must buy New Laptop.

    #12 6 years ago

    I’m sure natal et al will breed a new generation of console RTS’s

    #13 6 years ago
  14. Jadeskye

    Why don’t they just make generals 2? god i loved that game.

    #14 6 years ago

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