Command & Conquer development to resume under new studio, says EA

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 19 November 2013 12:26 GMT

Command & Conquer’s free-to-play reboot may have been labelled as cancelled, but it seems that EA is looking for a new studio to salvage the project.

We reported on the Command & Conquer cancellation back in October, along with the news that developer Victory Games had been laid off.

Now, Blue’s News has found an interesting snippet on EA’s support page, in relation to the game’s cancellation.

It explains that EA will refund any money spent in the game’s alpha, and adds, “For those of you who bought The C&C Ultimate Collection, your early access to the beta will be honored once production of this title resumes under a new studio. We would like to thank you for your time and interest in Command & Conquer, and we look forward to sharing the news with you when production resumes on this title in the future.”

So it seems to be back on peeps.

What do you think?

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