The fine individuals who have brought you C&C Tiberian Dawn Redux and Tiberian Sun Redux for CnC Zero Hour, have decided to switch over to CnC 3 to give you a more Tiberian Sun themed mod then they could on Generals Zero Hour. The mod will feature all of the Original Tiberian Sun and Firestorm units, together with new never seen before Forgotten units and structures, GDI and Nod Tiberian Dawn Timeline units and structures you can capture on the battlefield or even if you want play as them, and remove those Hightech egg-heads from the battlefield. With all this extra firepower a new faction have arrived, little to none information is available at the time for what there purpose is in this war, but we will find out soon.
While considered by many historians to be the first Mobile Construction Vehicles, the MCV's used in TWI were actually based on similar vehicles used during Second World War by the Allied and Soviet forces. Much like those models, the TWI MCV's were designed to provide supplies and heavy construction equipment anywhere on the battlefield so that portable bases could be built, and they were used on both sides of the conflict (Global Defense Initiative (GDI) and The Brotherhood of Nod.)
Being huge and extremely dense thanks to the volumes of heavy equipment stored within them, the "first" MCV's were both very slow and very cumbersome, being unable to make anything other than the widest of turns while moving. While being very tough, TWI MCV's could be quickly destroyed by concentrated tank fire, making any MCV that found its way onto the battlefield late in the conflict extremely vulnerable. GDI and Nod commanders were urged to unpack their MCV's as soon as they could locate a proper deployment zone in order to mitigate these shortcomings.
TWI MCV's used a combination of manpower, computer resource management, and cutting edge robotics (for the time) to coordinate and unpack. While the technology of the 1990s paled in comparison to the technology the MCV's of the following Tiberium wars would boast, it was still functional enough to make the MCV an indespensible asset for any army of the time.