OpenRA is an open-source reimplementation of Westwood's Command & Conquer: Red Alert game engine

OpenRA is an open-source reimplementation of Westwood's Command & Conquer: Red Alert game engine, updated to use the hardware acceleration of modern video cards using OpenGL and cross-platform positional sound built upon OpenAL. It runs on Windows, Linux and macOS. Feel free to improve upon OpenRA. The development process is public and open to everyone. We are happy to include your patches after a code review.

Installation.

Download the latest installer from the official website

The installer will fetch everything else you need. If you have trouble, you meet our system requirements and check our FAQ.

To play, use the start menu shortcuts placed under "OpenRA". The game will download (recommended) or extract the content files from an installation CD. Consult Game Content for further information.

Note: You can force to store those files in a portable installation mode by creating the folder Support in the folder relative to where OpenRA is installed which is C:\Program Files\OpenRA by default on Windows.

Firewalls:
  • The server listens on TCP port 1234 by default. If you're behind a firewall, you'll want to tell it about that. If 1234 is not a convenient port, you can choose to use a different port when creating a game session. It's important that the chosen port matches whatever your router is configured to forward, so that players can join. The master server will check whether your game can be reached.
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