Command & Conquer
3: Tiberium Wars was released worldwide on March 28, 2007.
If you haven't purchased the game yet, then download and play the
C&C3 demo before buying.
C&C3 Demo Features:
tutorial will take players through the basics of movement and
construction. In other words, it will teach you how to play the
- Play through two campaign missions as GDI. The first mission
sends you, the player, to the North Carolina badlands, a yellow
zone where some Nod activity has been detected. The second of
the campaign missions is set in Alexandria Egypt, once again, a
yellow zone. This particular area is serving as a major port for
Nod's activities and weapons shipments.
- Play as GDI and fight against Nod in this two player skirmish
map called Small Town USA. Choose between four difficulty levels
ranging from easy to brutal. Only one of the five AI
personalities (Balanced AI) is included with the demo. You can
expect to see rush, turtle, guerilla, and steamroller AI
routines in the skirmish in the final product.
C&C3 Demo Download Links: (Demo size is 1.17GB)
Download from Official C&C3 Website HERE »
Download from EA's FTP Server HERE » (Direct Link)
Download from EA
Link HERE » When you get to that page on EA Link, you'll
have to download the EA Link software so you can download the demo.
Very simple to do.
Download from FilePlanet HERE »
Download from GamersHell HERE »
Download from FileShack HERE »
Download from WorthPlaying HERE »
Download from Computer Games Romania HERE »
Before running Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars, please be sure you
have the latest drivers for your video and audio cards installed.
You can download the appropriate drivers from your video and audio
card manufacturer's Web site. Avoid running any other programs in
the background, as this may conflict with the game. This includes
any virus-protection program that you have running, which can hinder
C&C3 Demo Reviews:
Full IGNPC demo review HERE »
The demo itself is a pretty solid amount of gameplay as far as demos
go. Those of you that choose to download the thing will have the
opportunity to play through one tutorial mission, two campaign
missions, and one skirmish map on four difficulty settings.
Depending on the difficulty you play the game at, it could take an
hour or more to get through the tutorial and game missions. Skirmish
adds quite a bit of life to the party as well. There's only one map,
but it'll help you all get to know the game.
Full Gamespy demo review HERE »
For players who haven't touched an RTS since the last Command &
Conquer, the demo includes a brief tutorial that takes players
through the basics, from controlling units to harvesting Tiberium
and building core structures. The tutorial also shows off the
ability to destroy buildings, as well as special techniques like
garrisoning buildings to give your troops cover or using jump jets
to clear obstacles.
C&C3 Demo Screenshots: