Tiberian Sun is a classic real-time strategy game, developed by Westwood Studios and released in 1999. The game was well-received by fans, and its sequel, Tiberian Sun: Firestorm, was released in 2000. The game has since become a cult classic, with fans eagerly awaiting any news of a remastered version.
Overview of Tiberian Sun
Tiberian Sun is set in a dystopian future where the world is divided into two factions: the Global Defense Initiative (GDI) and the Brotherhood of Nod. Players can choose to play as either faction, and must build up their forces in order to defeat their opponent. The game features a variety of units, structures, and technologies, as well as a unique resource gathering system. The game also features several single-player campaigns which follow the story of the GDI and Nod forces.
Is Tiberian Sun Getting Remastered?
Unfortunately, there is currently no news of a remastered version of Tiberian Sun. Westwood Studios, the developers of the game, have been defunct since 2003, and the rights to the game have since been acquired by Electronic Arts. While there have been rumors of a remastered version, nothing has been confirmed yet.
That being said, there have been some unofficial attempts at remastering the game. One such attempt is a mod for the game called “Tiberian Sun Redux”, which adds improved graphics and other features. This mod is available for free, and can be downloaded from various websites.
Overall, while there is no official news of a remastered version of Tiberian Sun, there have been some unofficial attempts at remastering the game. Fans of the game can keep an eye out for any future news, but in the meantime, they can enjoy the free mod available.