After the surprising news that Command & Conquer: Generals 2 will be free-to-play, BioWare Victory General Manager, John Van Caneghem, has announced that there will be no single-player campaign.
During a recent interview with PC Gamer, Van Caneghem said that BioWare's focus was to develop co-operative and competitive skirmishes as the core of the latest game. More game modes could be added in the future, if there is a demand for them, but the developer has yet to reveal how that new content will be added or decided upon.
According to Van Caneghem, BioWare Victory's aim is to bring Generals 2 "back to the roots of what made Command & Conquer great." We're not sure removing the single-player campaign and shifting into the free-to-play space is going to make that goal a possibility.
By Stephen Heller