What would happen if in 1988, Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev was assassinated? CNC Fallout is a total conversion mod for Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars that postulates this very question.

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What better time to reveal the biggest, baddest unit in CNC Fallout than now!!

Posted by Henford on Jun 2nd, 2008

What better time to reveal the biggest, baddest unit in CNC Fallout than now!!
NATO's American developed Liberty Assault Walker is an absolute behemoth, dwarfing every other unit, and even some structures. It's size is only matched by its tremendous firepower. The Walker's twin 200mm cannons quickly lay waste to any armor that gets in their path. Additionally, up to four infantry squads can be garrisoned in the Liberty's side bunkers, protecting it from being flanked by fast ground units.
The Liberty can also be upgraded with a Giant back-mounted plasma artillery cannon(pictured). Although expensive, the cannon is nothing short of devastating to just about anything it targets. To keep things balanced, only one Liberty may be controlled by a player at any one time.
Our second new pic shows an Australian artillery convoy. The slow moving Negotiator Artillery are devastating, but lack heavy armor and require protection on the way to their target. Luckily, these two are well defended, with Redbacks to take care of infantry and aerial threats, and Lazarus Light Tanks and A-34 "Crocodile" Tank Destroyers to fend off enemy armor.
Covered in light refractive panels, the A-34 is a master of stealth, and lethal against enemy tanks. It's twin cannons are, however, next to useless against infantry and structures.
Stay tuned for more updates as release draws closer!

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