CWC is a C&C Generals Zero Hour Total Conversion and also works with "The First Decade". It takes place from 1980-1989 and features realistic units from the 80's. We want CWC to be a mixture of realism and fun. CWC is more realistic than vanilla Generals, with real life weapon systems and side specific characteristics. CWC offers 2 factions: Russia and USA. The Russians tend to use tanks and artillery (for example: T-72 / T-80, BM-21, 2S1 only to mention a few) while the USA rely on aircraft and high tech units (for example: F-15, F-16, F-117, A-10 etc.). Also we we have a lot of infantry in the game, not all of them are just cannon fodder.
Hello everybody, we'd like to give a short status report. Our beta testers are doing a great job, the balancing is getting better from day to day and there are only a few minor bugs left. At the moment the majority of the team is quite busy though but we're gonna include the missing stuff
we'd like to give a short status report. Our beta testers are doing a great job, the balancing is getting better from day to day and there are only a few minor bugs left.
At the moment the majority of the team is quite busy though but we're gonna include the missing stuff as soon as possible, and then you'll get your hands on a public version. :)
Here's a little video that shows how the gameplay looks so far. We're still trying to keep it realistic, but it has been defused a little since the demo version that was really a bit too much realism, as we know now.
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