OpenRA Puts Out Holiday Game Release
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 25 December 2013 at 05:46 AM EST. 1 Comment
The OpenRA project that seeks to remake the classic Command and Conquer real-time strategy titles is out with a 2013 holiday release.

Since the last release of OpenRA three months prior, over 700 commits have landed and with that comes improved stability, new features, and other improvements to the classic game remakes of C&C Tiberian Dawn, C&C: Red Alert, and Dune 2000.

The OpenRA 20131223 release provides many fixes, a redesigned settings panel, improed shroud/fog rendering, an overhauled asset browser layout, and lots of other work. More details on the OpenRA changes for this latest release can be found via the project's GitHub change-log while additional details on this open-source game project can be found via its project web-site.
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