The game is to be developed by EA Los Angeles who promise a fully co-operative campaign, and light-hearted action-orientated gameplay.
“It’s been too long.” said Chris Corry, executive producer at EALA.
“Fans have been waiting for a new Red Alert game for seven years, and we’re working hard to ensure its well worth the wait. The team is staying true to the series’ roots while adding new elements like a co-operatively played story-driven campaign, an astounding new faction that will shake-up the Red Alert universe as we know it, and units that will help make Red Alert 3 everything our fans have been waiting for.
"And by bringing naval combat into the heart of the game design, we’re transporting that fast, fun and fluid C&C gameplay to the high-seas in ways that you’ve never seen before.”
EA has also confirmed that eager fans can get early access to the beta by picking up a copy of Command & Conquer 3: Kane’s Wrath later this year.