Remember a while back we reported that EA was working on a new Command & Conquer game with an “Alliances” title? It turns out that the Alliances title had nothing to do with the Command & Conquer: Generals 2 announcement but will be a separate game instead. The game has been dubbed Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances and will be a browser based strategy game.
“Compete or ally with your friends in a worldwide war for precious resources. Based in the Command and Conquer Tiberium story world, C&C Tiberium Alliances allows players to experience C&C in a brand new way.”
Using HTML 5 technology, players are able to access their game from any web accessible browser making this one of the first truly portable MMO strategy titles to hit the market.”
It seems that the game will be making use of your social network where you will be able to gather resources and battle your friends for control of the map. Further details are unknown at this point, but if you’re interested in signing up for the closed beta, hop on down to the Tiberium Alliances’ webpage.
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