Tiberian Apocalypse is a Partial Conversion for Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars with the goal to create a true Tiberian Sun sequel. GDI, Nod and the Scrin are getting a complete overhaul.

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magachs May 3 2013, 9:34pm says:

Badass. That's the only word I can think of.

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kazarr May 3 2013, 9:35pm says:

This looks so high-res it might as well be for Renegade 2 or something. Awesome!

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Baziil May 4 2013, 12:52am says:

Now that is a real Pitbull.

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DilinDafonte May 4 2013, 1:15am says:

Damn Nice.

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FortressMaximus May 4 2013, 4:36am says:

Sexy, what about that firestorm windshield?

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho May 4 2013, 9:59am replied:

Sonic barrier, it has nothing to do with firestorm technology. It's still there, ingame.

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Nuttah May 6 2013, 9:00am replied:

Do we really need that? It seems rather...impractical and power hungry. Especially for GDI.

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho May 6 2013, 9:39am replied:

Not more powerhungry than the otherwise needed sonic filters to keep every trace of tiberium out.

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Nuttah May 6 2013, 10:47am replied:

I always imagined those as actual filters with a properly tuned resonator attached. Seem more reasonable than the magical shield wall this thing seems to have. Unless you're implying this is actually a material (transparent aluminium, anyone?) with an extra sonic boost. Though that doesn't sound all that useful against...well, anything, really.

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Sarge_Rho May 6 2013, 2:05pm replied:

It's a wall of...sound, basically. It shredds anything that passes through it, specially tiberium. The sound only travels in a thin "beam" - such technology actually exists, exept here it's a "ring" of those emitters around the rollover cage.

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Nuttah May 6 2013, 5:02pm replied:

All it takes is an EMP weapon and a sniper...or a malfunction and small arms.
Honestly, sounds like a really bad case of over engineering where a simple solution would do just as well.

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hammer326 May 6 2013, 5:05pm replied:

Aren't we talking about vulnerability to environs, not bullets? You're not gonna stop the latter, homes, no one's trying to say otherwise.

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Sarge_Rho May 6 2013, 10:37pm replied:

No, it doesn't. The emitters don't use any fine electronics, and can't be disabled using an EMP. If it had a window, it'd just take a sniper to tear a hole in it, and the crew would choke on tiberium gas.

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Chosen-One May 4 2013, 5:06am says:

Warthog? Is that you?

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Nuttah May 6 2013, 9:19am replied:

Just in the same way it would be similar to any jeep or equivalent 4x4 vehicle with a machine gun in the back. Their purpose is similar in a lot of ways and as such, they're prone to visual similarities.

The Warthog is far sleeker, either with a higher suspension or far less armour around the wheels, probably both and a manned turret rather the remote control in this one. Also, the Hog has a rather low angle on the windshield which makes it long and makes the front look small. Made me confused over where the engine was until I noticed.

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Chosen-One May 6 2013, 6:25pm replied:

Lets speak bout visual similarities.



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Denmonari May 4 2013, 6:38am says:

Love it.

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Gallade May 4 2013, 10:34am says:

God, you've been busy sarge. Nice work:)

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CanadaMan7 May 4 2013, 12:47pm says:

Fantastic work, guys. The design is kind of reminiscent of an up-armored warthog from Halo.

Regardless, I love how stream-lined it looks.

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Blazerunner May 4 2013, 10:05pm says:

Yeah, it does look somewhat like a Warthog, don't it? But, last I checked, a Warthog was never graced (or defaced) with the GDI emblem on its' sides or hood.

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Sarge_Rho May 5 2013, 12:53am replied:

It's built very differently compared to a Warthog actually. What is similar, is the elevated gun on the back, and the "bar" around the cockpit.

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DaViperDragon May 7 2013, 10:54am says:

Warthogs have nothing on these.

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Tameius Oct 10 2013, 7:44pm says:

Looks like Halo Version Warthog nice job!

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