Initially announced as a AAA sequel to Generals, EA made a decision to retool it into a free-to-play game during development. Below, a mostly-unrelated (but official) video of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 to remind us all just how silly this game of soldiers could get.
The most recent C&C game you can play is Command & Conquer: Rivals, a mobile game set in the Command & Conquer universe but people still pine for the old games on PC and many would like to see the games evolve on the PC.
This is all very much up in the air at the moment, but with two years until release and the Command & Conquer series' producer engaging directly with fans to find out what they'd like to see, things look hopeful. Not only that, EA already has "the ball rolling on our first effort to celebrate the upcoming 25th Year Anniversary".
Of course, none of this sheds light on what titles would be in the running for a remaster, but whatever EA does, this could eventually pave the way for true sequels if the demand proves to be there.
KitGuru Says: Personally, I was a huge fan of Red Alert 2 but found Red Alert 3 majorly lacking. I've re-bought the games a few times over the years due to platform and compatibility issues (though they are often in the sale nowadays very cheap at Origin etc). That would be the prime remaster for me, or the high-point to return to with another sequel. If you have a Command & Conquer itch you've been desperate to scratch over the years, then head over to Vessella's thread and make your voice heard.