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Totem Arts Releases Beta 4 of Renegade-X

The Command and Conquer Renegade-X team, Totem Arts, has released yet another action-packed beta (dubbed “Beta 4″). The latest installment of Renegade-X includes quite a few major features including 3 new maps, an auto-patcher, and their own RXD-Kit (RXDK). Some other changes include:

  • Ingame Jukebox (!!!)
  • Smoke Grenades
  • Vehicle drops
  • Building destruction changes: tier one infantry remain accessible after Hand/Bar destruction, Refinery and Powerplant destruction less severe
  • Optimization for better performance and crash fixes
  • Vehicle kill messages (seeing what destroyed your vehicle)
  • Timed C4 countdown (audio and visual indicators)
  • EMP grenade changes
  • Pawn and vehicle movement adjustments
  • New vehicle locking system
  • Idle-player kicking system (with warnings)
  • Improved spotting system and radio visuals
  • New Havoc/Sakura specific explosive arrangements
  • New C&C-mode themed loading screen
  • Oodles of fixes, balance changes, and more!

Not impressed? Have a brand new trailer released by Totem Arts:

Renegade X is set in the near future, in a world dominated by a contagious yet valuable resource called Tiberium. The Global Defense Initiative (GDI) is an international security force set to combat global terrorism. Conceived as a united peacekeeping military force, GDI depends on the technological sophistication of its weaponry, and the superior training and loyalties of its officers. GDI looks to halt the spread of Tiberium, which is gradually destroying the Earth and killing off millions of people. At the same time, the Brotherhood of Nod, led by the charismatic leader known only as Kane, grew to prominence. Working largely in third world countries, wherever there was discontent and unrest, there was Kane. With the promise of a New World Order and bankrolled by the illicit Tiberium research and trade that Kane made famous, Nod began to gain power. A few scattered, disaffected units grew into an army with powerful atomic weaponry, ruthless tactics, and a Tiberian fortune. The Brotherhood aims to push humanity into the next stage of evolution via Tiberium mutation.

Fobby GEN, Renegade-X Developer and Lead Producer

Excited? We are too! We have partnered with the Multiplayer Forum community to provide a game server for Renegade-X.

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Renegade-X – ReneGame 2010

Who Renegade-X and MP-Gaming
What C&C Renegade 8th Birthday
Where [MP] ReneGame 2010 Server
When Friday, February 26, 2010

As many of you are aware, this Friday, February 26th, is the birthday of C&C Renegade. On this day, we would also like to invite you all to ReneGame 2010. Just like last year, Renegade X will be hosting a game of C&C Renegade to celebrate its 8th birthday. This year, the server being supplied by our friends at MP Gaming.

The purpose of the ReneGame is to simply enjoy a good ol’ game of the original C&C Renegade, the game that we are remaking. This will be our third annual ReneGame, and they’ve all proven to be quite a blast. Play with developers from the mod, as well as fellow C&C Renegade & Renegade X community members.

The event will take place at Friday, February 26th, at 4:00pm EST (Eastern Standard Time). The server name will be "[MP] ReneGame 2010". More server information, including its IP, will be provided this Thursday. We’d like to ask you all to come 10 minutes early if possible.

We would like to highly recommend every participant of the ReneGame ’09 to use Teamspeak 2. To download the teamspeak 2 client, simply download here.

The purpose of using Teamspeak is to maximize teamplay and therefore push C&C Renegade’s gameplay to its very limit. Team play will be key for this game, to achieve the highest potential of organized action. We will be using the Renegade X teamspeak server. The TS2 IP is Server information, IP, and direct-connect info will be released on Thursday, probably sometime in the middle of the day, so visit this thread on Thursday to get this vital information!

Short clip from the last ReneGame

Hope to see you there!

Renegade X – 0.40 Release


Welcome to the third Renegade X release version. Renegade X is the Command & Conquer mod for Unreal Tournament 3 and, as promised, we opened the doors of our 0.35 beta to the public on September 30th. Since then, we’ve released the 0.36 beta, and today we are opening our doors to the third phase of Renegade X. The 0.40 beta is now available!

Download Mirrors

Renegade-X Main || Borgamers Mirror || BitTorrent

IMPORTANT NOTE!!!!: You do NOT need any previous version of Renegade X to play the 0.40 beta! It is a totally new build, and it doesn’t depend on any older betas or patches.

Renegade-X November Trailer

You can also download the video from non-streaming sources from both Renegade-X and Borgamers.


I hereby give you C&C_Volcano.mix on the Unreal Engine:

Unreal Development Kit

With Epic Games’ release of the Unreal Development Kit (or, “UDK”), Renegade-X may finally become 100% standalone. In fact, [NE]Fobby[GEN] says a full standalone release may appear in the future, after a few more UT3-based releases.

“Since this is all new to us, we can’t quite say much yet. But what I can say, is, there is a great chance Renegade X will become a standalone game in the future. Still freeware, obviously, this isn’t going commercial due to its C&C themes, but a standalone Renegade X means you will no longer need UT3 to play it.”

The UDK is essentially a free version of the Unreal Engine 3, available for developers worldwide. The kit includes the most updated version of the award-winning engine, with all of the necessary editors and tools to create standalone games. Everything from the ease of use and flexibility of the engine, all the way up to the visual elements have been greatly enhanced in almost every possibly manner.

With the UDK, any developer can make standalone games, without paying a cent. There is also a commercial version of the UDK: simply pay $99 USD, and you can create and sell your own games. The first $5,000 will go straight to the developer – after that, 25% of the proceeds will go to Epic Games. Not only is this great for small developers, but it’s a very intelligent business move on Epic’s behalf.

Please note: I know this is a bit of old news; however, I want to get some content on this site.

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