Publisher Electronic Arts today revealed that Command and Conquer Remastered will feature over 20 music tracks spanning the entire franchise, all re-recorded by Frank Klepacki and The Tiberian Sons and re-mixed.
The Tiberian Sons are "a band who specialize in remixes of video game music" and who, alongside Klepacki, put together a 90-minute show of Command and Conquer tracks which they played during MAGfest 2019.
Command and Conquer Remastered Music
The performance prompted Producer Jim Vessella to get in touch, which resulted in the entire performance being re-recorded in studio conditions and remixed by Frank Klepacki, who was previously revealed to be working on Command and Conquer Remastered.
Players can listen to the tracks using a bonus feature in Command and Conquer Remastered's Jukebox or by seamlessly integrating them into gameplay.
Vessella also revealed that nine out of ten fan-favorite tracks, according to a Reddit survey from last year, were already part of Klepacki and The Tiberian Sons' performance. The outlier, Just Do It Up, was also re-recorded and will be part of the title.
Alongside the update, we also got a taste of how the re-recorded tracks sound in the 3 minute+ video which you can find below. The pounding drums in Grinder alone make me want to hop into a Mammoth Tank and blow stuff up.
Additionally, you can check out the entire live performance by Frank Klepacki and the Tiberian Sons.
Electronic Arts will also officially reveal the Command and Conquer Remastered Collection tomorrow at 2PM GMT/7 AM PT.