LOS ANGELES, Calif.--(Planet C&C)--May 5, 2003--Electronics Arts (Nasdaq:ERTS) LA, today announced that Command X Conquer Generals: Substance, the latest entry in the hit Command & Conquer franchise, will be released for the Xbox™ video game console from Microsoft on November 2003. In conjunction with the latest Microsoft peripheral for the Xbox™, the Strategy-X Commander to be showcased at E3 on May 15 along with first glimpses of Substance. Command X Conquer Generals: Substance will be the flagship title of the new Xbox™ peripheral and will enjoy all the benefits of Xbox Live™. Versions for the Sony PlayStation® 2 computer entertainment system and PC are under development. Command X Conquer Generals: Substance is being developed by the newly formed/consolidated Electronic Arts Los Angeles, a new EA studio formed of the consolidation of Westwood Studios, EA Pacific and DreamWorks Interactive (EALA). In the new title, players can expect to find a deep storyline not found before in Command & Conquer Generals, which will revolve around the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq (as previously reported on CNN and other media outlets) with "an extra futuristic, yet realistic, twist" as stated by the newly appointed CEO of Electronic Arts, Lucifer D. Eville. Command X Conquer Generals: Substance will also include bonus modes, hundreds of never-before-seen Skirmish stand-alone and co-operative missions and all-new adventures in which players assume the role of the Asian-American Nina, a cyber enhanced agent of the America-China coalition. Estranho, mas verdade e fixe tb!