EA’s entire collection of classic Command & Conquer games costs $10 on Steam

EA hasn’t always made it easy for gamers looking to delve into its catalog of PC classics, but that’s changing. The company has quietly brought its most popular legacy titles to Steam, some of which were previously exclusive to the EA app, the EA Play subscription, or via GOG.com.

That means games like the excellent ones Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri Planetary Packagethe Dungeon keeper franchise, The saboteurand perhaps the last solid entry in the Sim City franchise, Sim City 3000 Unlimited, are easier to play than ever. Not only that, they are all discounted.

The highlight of these new additions for me is the Command & Conquer ultimate collectionwhich features all the games from the franchise and their respective expansions for just $9.88.

While the 2020 Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is undoubtedly the best way to experience the first two main titles in the franchise, the Ultimate collection is the only way to add Red alarm 2 And 3, Tiberian sun, Tiberium Wars and its excellent expansion, Kane’s wrath to your Steam library.

The ultimate collection also includes the first-person shooter Command & Conquer Renegadeand what is often overlooked Command & Conquer Generals And his Zero hours expansion. Even if you already own the Remastered collectionthis massive compilation isn’t a bad way to spend $10.

The sudden addition of these titles to Steam makes me hope that EA has a new entry in the Command and rule franchise planned, but I’m not holding my breath. For now, you’ll have to excuse me while I escape with Tim Curry to the only place not corrupted by capitalism: space!