from Dominik Zwingmann
Shortly before the release of Command & Conquer Remastered, a YouTuber noticed that as a pre-orderer, he had earlier access to the Map Editor and introduced the units of Tiberium conflict. As it looks, the Map Editor can only be opened via Origin. There was no success with the Steam version.

Command & Conquer Remastered is released today for the PC. A few hours before the release, a YouTuber has now found out that thanks to his pre-order and preloading the title, he can now access the map editor of the new edition. With this, players can use Origin to build several maps for the classic strategy – and also take a first look at the various old and new units that can be placed in Command & Conquer Remastered's Map Editor.

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In the first video, the YouTuber focused on all units in the Tiberium conflict. These include the mammoth tank, orca helicopter, flame tank, tiberium collector, the hand of Nod, silos or the obelisk of light. We have included the video below the paragraph. The Map Editor can currently only be started via Origin. With the Steam version, our colleagues from PC games hardware unsuccessful in a test. But fans don't have to wait too long. Command & Conquer Remastered to be released on June 5th – The activation takes place according to Steam around 6 p.m. – at 7 p.m. the embargo for our test falls, which you can of course read here with us.

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