We've got six new screens and two new posters to show you over at C&C 3: The Forgotten, all from skirmish maps created by staff member Predatore. Buenos Aires Night is up first. It's a map set far from the killing fields of Europe commonly seen in The Forgotten's campaign. An elegant city, this battlefield is no less deadly. Its asymmetric urban layout yet symmetric resource allocation makes it an ideal locale for balanced and interesting combat. The expert lighting work gives the city a unique character, but reveals a cityscape that, however modern, is still torn by war.
Hurricane Desert is a two player skirmish map that reveals how this war has spread to the farthest reaches of the Earth. Set in a desert, this asymmetrical battlefield still offers balanced and competitive play. Huge rock formations, elegant cliffsides, and a lone water source offer endless tactical possibilities. This desert is anything but dull.
See more media here. We also have a new piece of "Forgotten Fiction"--our series of story artifacts set in the time period just before the mod picks up. This one is called "The Code of the Open Hand" and is a GDI intelligence report. You can read it here and can learn more about our story--including the other Forgotten Fictions--here.
Keep checking back--the next update will feature the first ever images of The Forgotten's superweapon!