Command & Conquer: Rivals takes the strategy series to mobile

There’s A New Command & Conquer Game But It’s For Mobile Brodie Gibbons

There’s A New Command & Conquer Game But It’s For Mobile Brodie Gibbons

During Electronic Arts' EA Play press conference for E3 2018, EA confirmed that a new Command & Conquer game would be coming to mobile devices titled Command & Conquer: Rivals.

The free-to-play game elements and monetisation were not very clear during the gameplay demo. Following the announcement, the free-to-play game was released into pre-alpha, and can be downloaded now. The two armies to choose between are the Global Defense Initiative, and the Brotherhood of Nod.

As noted by EA head-honcho and possible android sent from the future to perpetually apologise for loot boxes in Star Wars, Andrew Wilson. The title is inspired by Clash Royale, but it allows you to control your units after deployment.

EA is making Rivals specifically for mobile and touchscreen controls. Every game becomes a best of three matchup between rivals. On top of that, Android users can also try out the alpha version of the game if they pre-register. Once in the battle, you'll need to construct the required building before sending out the units themselves. Even the leather-clad, chrome-domed Kane makes an appearance, with the ability to deploy a powerful tesla coil-like structure anywhere on the battlefield. The different forces spawn at the player's bases and can then be controlled and directed to specified points on the map and engage in combat. Check it out now by clicking on the button below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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