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Command & Conquer Community Summit 2012
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Victory Games developers
13 selected community members


mid-December 2012


Los Angeles, USA

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The Command & Conquer Community Summit held in December 2012 was an event organized by Victory Games to promote Command & Conquer (2013) by allowing community members to play the fiscal beta version of the game against each other and the developers and share feedback.

Participants[edit | edit source]

  • Jon Van Caneghem, Victory Games GM
  • Eric Krause, global community manager
  • Samuel Bass, designer
  • Sonic (CNCNZ.com)
  • Zee Hypnotist (CNCNZ.com)
  • Tchutch (CnCSaga.com)
  • Zéphyr (CnCSaga.com)
  • Freezy (United-Forum.de)
  • Osbes (United-Forum.de)
  • TheGunRun (Twitch.tv)
  • AGMLauncher (GameReplays.org)
  • Methuselah (GameReplays.org)
  • Seraph (official forum moderator)
  • Cypher[CS] (official forum moderator)
  • Stephanovich (official forum moderator)
  • Dusterr (official forum moderator)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The attendants confirmed that a third faction would be in the game, however the NDA prohibited them from revealing it at the time.
  • They were also shown the Tiberium Bible, a document with background information on the cancelled Tiberium game. The Tiberium Bible appears to be full of inconsistencies and continuity errors.[1]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Community Summit 2012 Trailer

External Links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. CNCNZ.com Roundtable Discussion #35: December 2012. CNCNZ.com (December 29th, 2012). Retrieved on 2013-01-04.