Come to think of it, it *may* have been that, but I just remember it too barely to be sure.
Still, increase the size of that, and it would be a dammn effective SW.
It should be a carpet bomb which drops leaflets and all affected units retreat off the edge of the battlefield while affected structures sell themselves lol
Would make the ultimate troll weapon.
Then, of course, there is the Rail Gun, which I think is currently in development, and would almost certainly be in use by 2030. I think it was discussed a while back.
However, I think it would be much more interesting to add railgun as a cheap and fast T1/T2 general power, which would summon an offmap/orbital railgun strike, with just one, albeit precise and powerful projectile, perfect to eliminate single problematic hostile vehicles/soldier groups/structures.
I just figured out recently, correct me if I'm wrong, but at the end of the campaign China made the Eurasian Unity League. Could that be the EU instead of the European Union? That could explain the disappearance of China. A little off topic but interesting. I would like it to be something other than the old missile solution that most games seem to have. But it will most likely end up as one.
Well from trailer I understand that EU will be "Good guys" the mass destruction weapon like nuclear missle, ion cannon(GDI supperweapon) won't work. EU will try to destroy not the specific country but hunt terrorists. Their strikes must be precise. Orbital lazer weaponary (Particle Cannon) won't be good cuz it's USA weaponary it would'n allow to build something like that and use without permissions.
So I'd suggest to make something like Cruise missle strike, where would be lauched 8 missles in a certain radius( like that circle of nuke or scud) just pointing in it 8 targets. Those misiles have small blast radius but deal hight damage.
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