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''Not to be confused with the Commanders Challenge mode in [[Uprising]].''
 
''Not to be confused with the Commanders Challenge mode in [[Uprising]].''
 
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|developer=[[Electronic Arts Los Angeles|EA Los Angeles]]
 
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|series=[[Red Alert Universe]]
 
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Inside the [[FutureTech]] building, the [[Futuretech Commander]] is introduced to [[Kelly Weaver]] at the start of his mission briefing. The CPO and representative orders the new player to fight in fifty challenges and collect the same number of technologies from those ones. The factions to stop the player from getting these prizes are the [[Allies]], the [[Empire of the Rising Sun]] and the [[Soviet Union]]. Each of them has nine AI commanders in different battles to begin with and are ready to battle him. The Commander is then sent on his first mission in the [[Commander's Challenge]].
 
Inside the [[FutureTech]] building, the [[Futuretech Commander]] is introduced to [[Kelly Weaver]] at the start of his mission briefing. The CPO and representative orders the new player to fight in fifty challenges and collect the same number of technologies from those ones. The factions to stop the player from getting these prizes are the [[Allies]], the [[Empire of the Rising Sun]] and the [[Soviet Union]]. Each of them has nine AI commanders in different battles to begin with and are ready to battle him. The Commander is then sent on his first mission in the [[Commander's Challenge]].
 
===Ending===
 
===Ending===
After collecting all fifty technologies from the [[Empire]], Allied and Soviet factions, Kelly Weaver thanks the [[Commander]] for a job well done. Everything will be situated perfectly with all fifty of them at testing paces and the world is no longer at war. Like Yuriko's arrival in [[Tokyo]] to presumably find Crown [[Prince Tatsu]], [[Albert Einstein ]]always says these words at the end:
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After collecting all fifty technologies from the [[Empire]], Allied and Soviet factions, Kelly Weaver thanks the [[Commander]] for a job well done. Everything will be situated perfectly with all fifty of them at testing paces and the world is no longer at war. Like Yuriko's arrival in [[Tokyo]] to presumably find Crown [[Prince Tatsu]], [[Albert Einstein]] always says these words at the end:
   
 
{{Template:Quote|Time will tell. Sooner or later. Time will tell.|[[Einstein]]}}
 
{{Template:Quote|Time will tell. Sooner or later. Time will tell.|[[Einstein]]}}

Revision as of 07:29, January 14, 2012

Not to be confused with the Commanders Challenge mode in Uprising.


Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3: Commander's Challenge is a release of Red Alert 3 Uprising without any of the four mini-campaigns, released on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2009. The Futuretech Commander is ordered to collect fifty technologies from three factions after battling them on different maps around the Earth.

Plot

Inside the FutureTech building, the Futuretech Commander is introduced to Kelly Weaver at the start of his mission briefing. The CPO and representative orders the new player to fight in fifty challenges and collect the same number of technologies from those ones. The factions to stop the player from getting these prizes are the Allies, the Empire of the Rising Sun and the Soviet Union. Each of them has nine AI commanders in different battles to begin with and are ready to battle him. The Commander is then sent on his first mission in the Commander's Challenge.

Ending

After collecting all fifty technologies from the Empire, Allied and Soviet factions, Kelly Weaver thanks the Commander for a job well done. Everything will be situated perfectly with all fifty of them at testing paces and the world is no longer at war. Like Yuriko's arrival in Tokyo to presumably find Crown Prince Tatsu, Albert Einstein always says these words at the end:

Time will tell. Sooner or later. Time will tell.
- Einstein

Cast of Characters

FutureTech

Allied Nations

Soviet Union

Empire of the Rising Sun

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