Continuing to add to their growing collection of free-to-play titles, EA studio Phenomic released a new trailer along with some screenshots for Command and Conquer Tiberium Alliances.
Command and Conquer Tiberium Alliances combines the elements from both massively multiplayer online games and real-time strategy games, with just a dash of Tiberium to create a new way to experience the Command & Conquer universe. If you're looking for something to scratch that real-time strategy itch, check out the open beta for yourself.
I have never been much of an real-time strategy gamer, but I always enjoyed the unit designs and gameplay of the Command & Conquer: Red Alert series. Who doesn't enjoy setting a bunch of Siberian attack Huskies to distract your enemies, while you flank them with your Tesla Troopers and watch them get slowly electrocuted?
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