But you can also go the other way. There are some excellent new units, with the Nod faction getting the best. Here's a list of the units that let you play as Nod, with (for the most part) the GDI counterparts:
Nod Tank - GDI tank, capable of firing some nasty missiles and dealing a lot of damage. It's also the only unit that can spawn tiberium.
Nod Sniper - GDI sniper, accurate and well-armoured. Looks like a regular GDI soldier, but not so much.
Nod Scout - GDI scout, highly mobile. You'll be able to make use of him in long range sniping situations and map-surveying.
Nod Engineer - GDI engineer, a rather handy guy for fixing up damaged buildings. He can also build removable fences.
Nod Heavy - GDI heavy, a more powerful tank with great armour. Tiberium can be built on top of it, allowing it to spawn for a while when you step away.
Nod Cyborg - GDI cyborg, capable of dealing some serious damage. It's also a powerhouse with tiberium. Its health is automatically replenished, but it does have a huge power drain.
The game is now more realistic than ever. The GDI's troops are no longer just able to blow things up with the push of a button. They have to accomplish certain tasks before they can activate the tiberium-powered device. For example, driving vehicles requires a certain number of points which have to be earned through various missions. You can call in support by dropping nuclear bombs, although this is a very dangerous option as the entire world is likely to be destroyed, and is not recommended. But you can also call in a nuke from orbit, which is a lot more controllable and a lot less destructive.
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