12 Nov

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Electronic Arts released a statement informing us that the closing piece of the Tiberium-branche of the Command & Conquer series, Command & Conquer: Tiberian Twilight will be released on March 16th in the United States and on March 19th in other territories. The game will only be released for the PC. EA has also detailed the pre-order benefits that will be offered over the coming months. For more information on these promotions, please hit the jump.

Gamestop clients will receive an autographed picture of Joseph D. Kucan, who has been starring as NOD’s leader Kane for the previous fifteen years. Furthermore, those who pre-order the game at Gamestop will receive an exclusive in-game prequel mission and a download code for the soundtrack of the game, which is performed by the London Philharmonic orchestra.

Those who preorder Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight at another retailer than Gamestop, or through EA’s own store, will receive beta access to the 5 vs. 5 multiplayer component of the game. They will also receive the same prequel mission and soundtrack access code that Gamestop customers receive.

Will you be pre-ordering this game? If so, will you be having Joseph Kucan’s picture above your bed, or will you be entering the battlefield in the beta? Let us know below!

2 thoughts on “Tiberian Twilight Out on March 16”

  1. Well good for them, I think I will stick to Starcraft II whenever it is released in 2010. The map creator is enough to justify the purchase of SCII, there are endless possibilities for custom maps.

    I was never really a Command and Conquer fan, so, I have my other RTSs to play as wells as a bunch of other games.

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