User blog:Privatejfx141/Tchutch's new Gen 2 art
I was browsing around the CnCSaga forums until I went to Tchutch's thread "CnC mérite un solo !" and I found this image:
The translation of the title in the middle says: "Command & Conquer deserves a solo mode". It looks like Tchutch also wants Generals 2 (or C&CF2P, whatever you like to call it) to actually have a proper singleplayer campaign.
What we know about C&C Generals 2 so far is:
- There are three factions: the European Union, the Global Liberation Army, and the APA (Asian Protectorate Alliance ?)
- The EU's main battle tank is called the Mk. 217 Paragon tank
- In the concept videos of Generals 2, there maybe a rogue GLA faction lead by Danko.
- General Pierre tried to take over North Africa
Here's is what I noticed on the image:
- The top-left profile seems to be a senior European Union general
- The top profile is Pierre, who is a French European Union general
- The top-right profile looks like Jarmen Kell
- The middle-left profile is the North African general seen in the "Catharsis" concept video, I'm not sure if he's EU or GLA, or even of the APA
- The middle-right profile seems to be an Asian general, possibly General Zhao of the APA mentioned in the "Ace in the Hole" concept video
- I'm not sure what the person in the bottom-left profile seems to be, but I assume he maybe affiliated to the APA
- The bottom profile is the female general also seen in the "Catharsis" concept video affiliated to the North African general
- The bottom-right profile is Danko, the GLA general who tried to kill Jarmen Kell in "the Dam" and executed an APA general
From what I saw from the concept videos, I can't believe that Victory Games at first scrapped the singleplayer campaign. I mean all these awesome concepts that could have been part of a possibly epic campaign that matches Starcraft II's were just thrown out for just the multiplayer!
Victory Games really need to actually think for a while before scrapping all of this singleplayer campaign concept and pissing off most of the community.