Today EA announced Command & Conquer Rivals a new Command & Conquer game... on mobile.
We all know that free Android games aren't always free these days, but many of them are very close if you have a little patience. Command & Conquer: Rivals is going to be released as a free-to-play game for Android and iOS devices later this year.
According to EA, the two goals of the pre-alpha are to test combat balance and matchmaking.
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For more information and to stay up to date on the latest news, follow Command & Conquer: Rivals on Twitter. The title takes inspiration from similar mobile games such as Clash Royale but players will be able to control their units after deployment.
According to EA's blog post, players are given continuous control of all their units at all times. Like its predecessors, Command & Conquer: Rivals features fog of war, which adds another strategic element to keep track of.
Starting today, players can pre-register to find out when Command & Conquer: Rivals is available worldwide by heading to www.cncrivals.com. We haven't watched the following gameplay preview, because, well, we value our sanity. Resources are given over time and both armies start off at a set resource building rate. However the enemy can attack your Harvester. Players are tasked with destroying their opponent's base using a plethora of different military units as well as missiles. Set in the same fictional universe as hit games like Morrowind and Skyrim, Blades takes after the procedurally-generated first-person dungeon crawler The Elder Scrolls: Arena but only in spirit. Two missile strikes on a base will case it to be destroyed, ending the match.