EA talks Red Alert 3 expansion plans

Show Topics In:
Posted 9:03am on Wed 5 November 2008
VG_Staff
  • Posts: 29,322
00
EA talks Red Alert 3 expansion plans
Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

Read Article
Posted 9:03am on Wed 5 November 2008
apt.pupil
    00
    In response to Topic
    Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

    Read Article

    » Go to VG_Staff's original post
    more multi-player
    Posted 5:44pm on Wed 5 November 2008
    Cypher
      00
      In response to Topic
      Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

      Read Article

      » Go to VG_Staff's original post
      Co-Op sounds good.
      Posted 6:47pm on Wed 5 November 2008
      Wired
        00
        In response to Topic
        Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

        Read Article

        » Go to VG_Staff's original post
        More units, longer campaign, co-op, more skirmish maps :P
        more, more, more! :D
        Posted 1:28pm on Thu 6 November 2008
        Havoc
          00
          In response to Topic
          Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

          Read Article

          » Go to VG_Staff's original post
          Well more everything is good but the thing that would be better for me would have to be more coop and multiplayer co-op is so cool!
          Posted 8:54am on Sat 8 November 2008
          K3NzZz
            00
            In response to Topic
            Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

            Read Article

            » Go to VG_Staff's original post
            more multiplayer maps and new campaigns, if can longer.

            new units too.
            Posted 1:30pm on Sun 9 November 2008
            Kenji
              00
              In response to Topic
              Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

              Read Article

              » Go to VG_Staff's original post
              The Yuri Faction
              Posted 10:52pm on Sun 9 November 2008
              skeewoop
              • Posts: 1
              00
              In response to Topic
              Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

              Read Article

              » Go to VG_Staff's original post
              I say throw in more countries, like the old red alert 2. They had Germany, Libya, Iraq, Britain, and China I believe. All of which had their own special unit. Maybe they could each have their own naval unit as well. All along with new online maps. Which could be large and small. Another key would be more units. What about a unit creator?
              Posted 12:09am on Mon 10 November 2008
              bb4
                00
                In response to Topic
                Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

                Read Article

                » Go to VG_Staff's original post
                yeah bring on more units and new countries for skirmish and campaign,

                maybe throw in subfactions?
                Posted 12:50pm on Mon 10 November 2008
                bender
                  00
                  In response to Topic
                  Looking at providing 'portions' of content instead of a 'traditional, massive' expansion pack.

                  Read Article

                  » Go to VG_Staff's original post
                  more units and epic units like we saw in tiberium wars expansion. Unique units for different nations such as germany, britain korea ect.
                  Show Topics In:
                  Quick Reply

                  Login or register to reply to this topic

                  Create a new account or login to take part in this topic discussion.
                  View Full Site